"Sam Schmidt serves as an inspiration to anyone who has ever had the pleasure of meeting him," said T.E. McHale, Manager of Motorsports Public Relations for American Honda Motor Company, Inc. "The work he is doing through his Foundation and his Day at the Races program is exemplary, and, through the donation of this Honda Odyssey, we are both proud and grateful to have the opportunity to assist him in his efforts."
Founded in 1987, VMI is a manufacturer and distributor of the most reliable, highest quality and most easily accessible transportation in the world. Their full line of products include wheelchair accessible minivans, wheelchair accessible full-size vans, platform lifts, scooter and wheelchair lifts and transfer seats. VMI's mobility products enable consumers to travel with comfort, convenience and peace of mind.
About American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Honda is one of the world's leading producers of mobility products
including its diverse line-up of automobiles, motorcycles and ATV's, power
products, marine engines and personal watercraft. In addition, Honda is the
world's preeminent engine-maker, with annual worldwide production of more
than 21 million engines. Honda began operations in North America in 1959
with the establishment of American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Honda's first
overseas subsidiary. Honda now employs more than 28,000 Americans in the
design, manufacture and marketing of its products in America. Honda
currently builds products in
|SOURCE Vantage Mobility International (VMI)|
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