CBS 5 and Your Valley Honda Dealers present the 2012 Support Our Troops Holiday Project
THROUGH ACTS OF BRAVERY…COURAGE…AND SACRIFICE…THEY'VE SUPPORTED US.
Each year, thousands of American men and women are deployed around the world in combat zones. And for 5 years, YOU along with CBS 5 and your Valley Honda Dealers have given back to those men and women who give us so much by serving in our armed forces.
Join us in welcoming home our local military heroes this holiday season! Help us by supporting Arizona Heroes to Hometowns and the wonderful work they do with our neighbors, friends and family members who serve in the armed forces!
Now through December 16 we hope you will help us make their holidays brighter by donating much needed holiday items. You can drop off your donation at any Valley Honda Dealer location, see the dealer list below or visit www.valleyhondadealers.com.
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