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Two months after winning an online contest, USO volunteer Norm Hallowell watched as Pam Horton - manager of the USO Warrior and Family Center at Fort Belvoir, Va. - pulled his new Jeep Wrangler up to the curb.
Hallowell stood in front of the recently opened center Friday afternoon with a small group of USO staff and volunteers and received the keys to his new Jeep from USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore Chief Operating Officer Cheryl Laaker Hall.
The contest was part of the USO’s ongoing relationship with Jeep, which include’s the automaker’s Operation Safe Return initiative.
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