How the Helpful Honda Guys Helped My Sister, a Disabled USAF Veteran

It is not often that I get to do something really special for the people in my family, but thanks to the Southern California Helpful Honda guys, that recently changed.
Last week, the Helpful Honda Boys in Blue offered me two tickets to the USC football game, and the first person who came to mind was my sister. My sister is the biggest USC fan I know, but had never been to a game. I was so glad to be able to give her tickets to her first USC game, which of course, they won.  
My sister is not only a USC fan, but she is also a disabled USAF veteran. My sister joined the United States Air Force at a young age and was deployed only days after 9/11, she proudly served her country for many years. She now lives the civilian life as an entrepreneur, certified pastry chef, Disney lover and die hard Los Angeles Dodgers and USC fan. 
Although the game was high scoring and the Trojans defeated Notre Dame, my sister, a high school band geek, loved watching the amazing Trojan Marching Band. If you ever get the chance to see the Trojan Marching Band, do it. You will not be disappointed. 

While she was making memories at her first game, the Guys in Blue were being Helpful behind the scenes.  The Helpful Honda teams have been spotted at USC and UCLA football games providing fans with helpful perks. All around the stadium, the Helpful Guys in Blue can be seen greeting fans, picking up trash, as well as giving out game-day essentials like sun screen, hand sanitizer, portable radios, & misters. And as an added bonus, at both USC and UCLA home games the Boys in Blue are surprising lucky Honda drivers with free car washes while they enjoy the game. 

The Guys in Blue will continue to be around at various home games during the remaining USC and UCLA football season. To find out when they will be at the Rose Bowl and the Coliseum next, and to learn more about other acts of helpfulness in Southern California, make sure to like them at https://www.facebook.com/SoCalHondaDealers and follow them on Twitter @HelpfulHonda https://twitter.com/helpfulhonda.

Thanks so much Helpful Honda guys for helping me do something extra special for my sister. Have you spotted the Helpful Honda guys around town?