Bruno supports campaign for paralyzed veterans
PHOENIX – For Veterans Day, Bruno Independent Living Aids, along with three other mobility companies, teamed up to support Pennzoil’s “Long Love Cars” campaign, an initiative in which three paralyzed veterans received specially adapted vehicles, according to a press release. As part of the initiative, which is a partnership with the Paralyzed Veterans of America for the Mission: ABLE program, three winning submissions were selected based on entries from veterans recalling their favorite memory in a vehicle, explaining why they need the vehicle, and describing the first trip they would take to reestablish their love of cars. “I can’t believe the places I will be able to go, and the things I will be able to do with my boys,” stated Jason Morgan, an Air Force veteran and father of three, who won one of the vehicles. “This is truly unbelievable.” Morgan’s new Dodge Ram was equipped with a Bruno Out-Rider Lift, which lifts and stores a wheelchair in the truck bed, and a Bruno Stow-Away powered transfer seat, which raises the seat to the desired transfer height.