General Motors has announced that the latest unit is in product Seventh Generation Chevrolet Corvette will be sold and the proceeds will benefit Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, in the United States.
The announcement of this sale was made by Mary Barra, director of General Motors, it was honored at the annual "Step by Step for the Future", offered by the New York Foundation, where it has the opportunity to present & # 39; confirm a new Corvette C8.
Barra said "GM, GMC and Chevrolet supported by Stephen Siller Tunel for Towers Foundation for their deployment" military wounds and fallsWith the first respondents and their families, the sales of this iconic Corvette will help the foundation to continue its good work and open the way for us the next generation of the Chevrolet Corvette, to be presented on July 18"
Stephen Siller Tunel to Towers is a foundation that built affordable smart homes without mortgage for the military seriously injured in action, besides helping to pay mortgage payments for families of first republicans who died in a line of duty. "
De The last unit made out of the seventh generation Corvette It will be a copy Z06 2019 painted in black and sent to Northeast, Connecticut, to buy June 28. All proceeds will be donated to the foundation, which has Stephen Siller's name, a fire engine that died in & # 39; September 11 attacks in New York.
For his part Frank Siller, president and chief of the foundation said: "We thank you GM, GMC and Chevrolet for supporting the courageous men and women of our lower powers, like our first responder. "
In the last 5 years, GM and its subsidiary fires have supported this foundation with more than one $ 10 million, including the 925 thousand dollars it received with the procession of the first built Corvette ZR1 in 2019, which was taken over by Rick Hendrick, owner of a NASCAR team.
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