'The Metal of Honor Project is our way of saying thank you and honoring the men and women of our armed forces who put their lives on the line for all of us,' said Jim Tornetta, CollisionMax president and CEO.
Pennsauken, NJ (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
CollisionMax of Pennsauken, NJ, is now accepting nominations for the next winner of its Metal of Honor Project, which has already selected nine U.S. military veterans for a free auto body repair. The deadline for nominations is Friday, February 21.
To nominate a veteran, go to the project’s web site, http://www.metalofhonorproject.com. The winner will be announced in the first week of February. CollisionMax of Pennsauken, NJ is located at 6900 Westfield Avenue in Pennsauken, two blocks up Bethel Avenue from Route 130, near the intersection of Routes 70 and 73.
Through its Metal of Honor project, CollisionMax is giving away auto body repairs to 11 US military veterans, one per month for each of its 11 locations in the Delaware Valley. The company chooses the winner from nominations it receives from the public on the project’s web site.
“The Metal of Honor Project is our way of saying thank you and honoring the men and women of our armed forces who put their lives on the line for all of us,” said Jim Tornetta, CollisionMax president and CEO.
In New Jersey, CollisionMax operates shops in Blackwood, Cinnaminson, Glassboro, Marlton, Pennsauken, Sicklerville and Westmont. In Pennsylvania, it has repair centers in Oxford Valley, Warminster and two in Northeast Philadelphia (both on West Grant Avenue). Its GlassMax business operates throughout the Delaware Valley. For more information about CollisionMax and GlassMax, please visit http://www.collisionmax.com.