Indy 500 Headlines Vuse’s Multimillion-Dollar, Multi-Year Commitment to Assist Disabled Veterans

After the Indianapolis 500 was postponed from its traditional Memorial Day weekend, the Greatest Spectacle in Racing will officially be taking place on August 23, 2020. Headlining the lead up to the race, Vuse announced their multi-year, multimillion-dollar commitment to disabled veterans, aiming to make a positive impact in the lives of American heroes.

Partnering with IndyCar team Arrow McLaren SP (AMSP) to bring resources and opportunities to those veterans who seek to capture the moment regardless of limitations, Vuse kicked off the week with a $100,000 donation to DAV (Disabled American Veterans) and a $50,000 contribution to Conquer Paralysis Now (CPN). 

Already making an impact, Vuse and AMSP donated a vehicle to a veteran in need of transportation in St. Petersburg, FL and a wheelchair van to Helping Veterans And Families of Indiana. 

With no fans at this iteration of the Indianapolis 500, Vuse is looking forward to the future and being able to bring veterans to races and giving them the VIP experiences and hospitality that they deserve.

On March 13, 2020, Vuse, in partnership with Arrow McLaren SP, presented Veteran Karl N. with a new-to-him vehicle through the local Wheels of Success Program.
On July 7, 2020, Vuse presented Helping Veterans And Families of Indiana a wheelchair accessible van, in partnership with Arrow McLaren SP.