Chrysler strikes a cord with Oprah Winfrey and Whole Again Super Bowl Ad

Gary Mathews Motors salutes Our Troops and Honors the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagles of Ft. Campbell.... God Bless You for Your Service and God Bless Your Families as We work together to be 'Whole Again'....
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Feb. 4, 2013 - PRLog -- Among the questions leading up to Sunday's Super Bowl -- in addition to who would win and by how many points -- was whether Chrysler Group LLC could score three consecutive years. It appears they have, and not just Once but Twice, putting the 'Super Spotlight' on Jeep and Ram, appealing to 'grass-roots America', our 'common bond' as american people, and our 'family ties' as a Nation.

Gary Mathews Motors in Clarksville is a long-time supporter of Our 101st Airborne {The Screaming Eagles} of Ft. Campbell, and has been 'boots on the ground' when it comes to providing special care for Military families through special financing, charitable events and personal involvement in local community service benefiting 'The Troops'.

After Chrylser's 2011 homage to Detroit, 'Imported from Detroit', featuring rapper Eminem, and 2012's "Halftime in America," with Clint Eastwood. Chrysler 'kicked It up a notch' Sunday, with a tribute to military forces and their families, voiced by Oprah Winfrey, and a separate appreciation of the American farmer, for the Ram Brand, in the words of legendary radio broadcaster Paul Harvey.

Both Super Bowl Ads seemed to have 'struck a cord' with the heartbeat of America and our desire as a nation to be 'strong again - whole again' and believe in the simple things in life... again'

"When you're home, we are more than a family. We are a nation that is whole again," Winfrey says of America's fighting forces, in a two-minute Jeep ad. Within minutes of its airing, viewers reported being moved to tears; by the end of the game, the ad logged more than 13,000 hits on the Super Bowl's official website.

With both ads, Chrysler launched initiatives that it said would go forward from the Super Bowl. Jeep will donate more than $1 million in vehicles and funding to the USO to support returning service members and their families. The Ram Truck brand kicks off a year-long program highlighting the importance of farmers.

"For the past two years, we have used the largest television viewing audience to highlight the pride, the resilience and the determination that form an integral part of the American character," Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a statement. "Both the Jeep and Ram Truck brand's campaign videos express Chrysler Group's commitment to America and to helping build a better future for this great country."

Gary Mathews Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram salutes Our Troops at Home & Abroad...
God Bless You and God Bless The United States of America

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