H&V Collision Centers Recognized for Contributions to Veterans

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May 16, 2014—H&V Collision Centers and company vice president Vartan Jerian Jr. were recognized by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) for the business’s efforts to help military veterans and their families.

Jerian was given the 2014 Commanders Award by the Robert L. Weininger VFW Post in Colonie, N.Y., in a ceremony on May 4.

H&V, a multi-shop operation in the Capital Region, has donated several refurbished vehicles to veterans and their families over the past two years.

“H&V Collision Centers greatly appreciates the honor from the Weininger Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and also appreciates the service and dedication by the VFW members and veterans across our great nation,” said Jerian, who is a Marine Corps. veteran himself. “We are proud to give back to the community, and especially proud to have the opportunity to help veterans and military families who have given so much to defend our freedom.”

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