First Responder receives a 2018 Hyundai Elantra during Baytown Hyundai for his contributions to a village after Hurricane Harvey
Production of a Hyundai Elantra compress sedan began in Nov 2010 during a Montgomery, AL production plant
BAYTOWN, Texas, Sept. 25, 2017 – Today, Hyundai noted a 3-millionth Elantra sole in a United States by commemorating a feat of one dauntless particular in Baytown, Texas, a city nearby Houston exceedingly impacted by flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Henry Rogers, Paramedic Field Supervisor for Acadian Ambulance, was on a front lines confronting a mortal force of Hurricane Harvey by helping, and saving lives of, a many exposed for some-more than 48 hours notwithstanding withdrawal his family and home alone during a storm.
While behaving his call of avocation and rescuing several victims, Henry’s mother was left to caring for their 3 adopted children and 3 dogs. When a flooding waters began to enter their home, Mrs. Rogers was forced to place all 3 children and their dogs on a dining room list and find help. A neighbor discovered their children and dual dogs though when it came to rescue Henry’s wife, a H2O was too high. Mrs. Rogers spent a night on a dining room list with their German shepherd as they waited for help. Henry was finally means to come home and rescue his mother and dog a subsequent afternoon. Their home and all effects were ravaged by Hurricane Harvey.
In a rite during Baytown Hyundai today, Mr. Henry Rogers, was presented with a 2018 Hyundai Elantra and an Infinity Audio System for his infinite open use purpose and grant to a community.
“We humbly symbol a 3-millionth Elantra sole in a United States by honoring a internal favourite for his unselfish use and joining to a Baytown and Greater Houston communities, pronounced Mike O’Brien, clamp president, corporate, product and digital planning, Hyundai Motor America. “Local heroes and initial responders like Mr. Rogers are a loyal impulse to all and a thoughtfulness of a best values common by all Americans.”
In a Houston area, Hyundai is committed to assisting a business and dealers redeem from a extinction of Hurricane Harvey. Hyundai launched a disaster service module that provides a $750 bonus on all 2017-2018 Hyundai models for business who had a car shop-worn in possibly hurricane. In addition, Hyundai Hope On Wheels donated $200,000 to 5 Texas-area children’s hospitals and Hyundai Motor America donated $300,000 to a American Red Cross to support a service effort.