Military Tribute Day, a proud Washington Auto Show tradition, was held this year on Tuesday, April 9. Active duty and veteran military received free admission. The American Red Cross in the National Capital Area brought service dogs to help service members with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Showgoers could wrap care packages for combat soldiers, which many did. A children’s table featured Star Wars Lego models for youngsters to play with. Subaru also featured service animals that day, as part of their “Subaru Loves Pets” display that was open to the public on both weekends.
Military Tribute Day was generously sponsored by Jeep.Download Bulletin PDF