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For service men and women returning from the front lines and suffering from traumatic injuries, post-traumatic stress disorder and the agony of adjusting to a new “normal,” life back at home is challenging. The Wounded Warrior Project aids service personnel lead happy, productive lives after they come home through various programs and outreach. Chapman Las Vegas Dodge is proud to partner with Wounded Warrior for a Holiday Spectacular to raise funds and awareness of the needs of our veterans.

The Holiday Spectacular begins at 7pm on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013 at the M Pavilion in Las Vegas and features Clint Holmes and Fred Williamson, along with musical guests Kelly Clinton, The Turning Point Trio, The Swing City Dolls, the US Army Color Guard, and Next Movement, under the musical direction of Bill Fayne. Tickets are available at the M Box Office and are $20; VIP seating is $25. Tickets also are available at Chapman Dodge said Celina Ott, Customer Service Specialist and Holiday Spectacular organizer.

“Chapman Dodge supports several charities in our community, and the Wounded Warrior Project allows us to help our brave men and women who have served in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars,” Ott said. “We are passionate about giving back to our nation’s armed forces and supporting the men and women who fight for our freedom.”

A raffle will be held at the event and includes a custom-made diamond necklace donated by performer Clint Holmes. In addition, Chapman Dodge has made 600 Dri Cool sports shirts that will be sold for $30 plus a donation. All proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project from the raffle and shirt sales. There also will be a donation box at the event for cash or check donations, Ott said. Chapman Dodge has set a goal of raising $75,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project.

Donations may be made online at  All donations are tax deductible; to learn more about the Wounded Warrior Project, please visit :

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The automobile industry has developed and evolved throughout the century. But in the past two decades, we have probably seen the most shift in terms of design and performance. There are a few car model trends consumers will continue to see in future new cars for sale.

According to Automobile Magazine, there are a few trends that will continue from 2012 throughout 2015 car models. Automakers are more concerned than ever with the design of the car. A vehicle must be aesthetically pleasing and this means a slimmer design, sleeker slopes, etc.

Size is also a matter of the past. Now, smaller is better than ever. Consumers want compact cars. They want something easy to handle that will also get great gas mileage. Another trend we might see come to fruition soon are vehicles that can drive on their own, controlled by a computer. These cars continue to be in the developmental stage, but they are being worked on.

Computerized helpers will also continue to be used in newer vehicles. This means blind spot assistance, automated parking, brake assist, etc. If you’re looking for new cars for sale that have these features visit your local Chapman dealership.

Chrysler will no doubt continue debuting cars that utilize these trends to their fullest. The 2014 Chrysler 200 LX comes equipped with electronic stability control and traction control. These two systems will help drivers remain safe on the road. The compact car is sleek and efficient, getting about 29 miles per gallon.

The Chrysler 300 also uses some fancy technology to ensure driver safety. It comes equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system, traction control, electronic stability control, variable windshield wipers (which can sense when there’s moisture on the window and active automatically), etc.

To check out what Chrysler has to offer in its new 2014 models visit Chapman Las Vegas.