The Vehicle Production Group (VPG) Sponsors Mission: ABLE and Offers $5000 Discount on the MV-1 VPG and Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) Join Forces to Help Vets Get Care, Benefits and Jobs They Have Earned
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Vehicle Production Group (VPG) today announced a partnership with Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) in sponsorship of Mission: ABLE and will offer a $5000 rebate toward the purchase of an MV-1 for eligible members. This is in addition to a grant of up to $19,858.14 that qualified members can receive from the VA towards the purchase of a new MV-1.
For every car that is sold through the Mission: ABLE program, VPG will donate $50 per car back to the PVA. In addition, for every PVA member who links to our Facebook or Twitter accounts, or provides their email address for future correspondence, VPG will donate $.50 back to the PVA.
These offers are valid through September 30, 2012.
"It is great to be associated with PVA and to proudly sponsor Mission: ABLE," said John Walsh, VPG Chief Executive Officer. "We're hopeful that our support of this public awareness campaign will help paralyzed veterans around the country find their way into an MV-1."
The MV-1 is the first vehicle purposely designed and built in support of wheelchair users. Manufactured in Mishawaka, Indiana, at AM General's former Hummer facility, this vehicle is factory-built and offered direct to consumers with no conversion requirements needed to accommodate wheelchair accessibility.
With a base price starting around $40,000, the MV-1 is typically 25% - 55% less expensive than a newly converted accessible van or SUV. The MV-1 is delivered straight from the factory already 100% ADA compliant; models come with either a manual or fully-automated access ramp built directly into its floorboard.
About the Vehicle Production Group
Headquartered in South Florida, The Vehicle Production Group LLC (VPG) has a simple company mission: to help those with mobility issues find solutions by developing vehicles that allow them to travel with comfort and dignity. The American-built MV-1 was designed for just such a purpose – a versatile, unique and thoughtful vehicle that was built from the ground up specifically for the members of the disability community and those who help them. VPG is also proud to feature a compressed natural gas (CNG)-powered engine – the first factory-built, U.S.-made vehicle to offer such an option. For more company information, please visit www.vpgautos.com.
SOURCE Vehicle Production Group