Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership Supports Troops this 4th of July with a Combat Vehicle on Display - Northern Michigan's News Leader

Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership Supports Troops this 4th of July with a Combat Vehicle on Display

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Lake Elsinore, CA – July 1, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

This 4th of July will be commemorated by Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership as they display an actual military combat vehicle. Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership wants to show their respect and support for those currently serving, and those who have fearlessly served in combat to defend the freedom, safety and welfare of America.

The vehicle, owned by local Temecula CA veteran Lyle Knode, is a 1967 M151A1 Mutt Jeep. This Jeep has actually been utilized by soldiers on the battlefield. Knode is sharing his prized possession for all to see in hopes to inspire and to raise money for charity, business owners, and of course, to show his support for other veterans on this 4th of July. Knode would love to support and give back to the wounded and disabled veterans who have courageously endured and accomplished so much for us as a nation.

The Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership in Temecula, a used Jeep dealership, is excited to have the 1967 M151A1 Mutt Jeep as part of their 4th of July celebration. Supporting the troops is of the utmost importance to them and they are pleased that Knode is willing to allow “The Real Deal” to show on display at their Jeep dealership on this historic day in Temecula CA. Knode is also thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful event and to help commemorate the holiday in celebration of veterans.

About Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership

Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership maintains competitive pre-owned inventory. With experienced sales representatives and highly trained technicians, they want to provide a quality, fun way to shop for your next vehicle.

With a large inventory of pre-owned vehicles, any savvy shopper looking for their next vehicle will have no problem finding the perfect one with the assistance of the friendly staff members at Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership. They will gladly help their customers using their professional and qualified opinion, answering any questions and addressing any concerns that may arise. Stress and worry shouldn’t occur while purchasing a vehicle. Allow Lake Elsinore Jeep Dealership to make it fun.

Show your support and patriotism. Celebrate the independence of our beautiful nation with us. Come out to shop for a new or pre-owned vehicle on the 4th of July. Meanwhile, like us on Facebook and keep up with all of the latest news and inventory.

Contact:
Lyle Knode “The Real Deal”
(951) 693 – 9390
67miljeep@gmail.com

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