Opening Day has come and gone, which means it is officially baseball season here in the US. Chevrolet, with its headquarters in Detroit, has always had a close partnership with the Detroit Tigers. That continues this year with two new Chevy vehicles on display at Comerica Park.
The 2019 Chevrolet Traverse High County (in red) and the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss (in Silver) were lifted atop the center field fountain at the ballpark. This marks the 10th year of this amazing tradition.
“This decade-old tradition allows us to celebrate Chevy’s connection to baseball in our hometown, and it’s a telltale sign that Opening Day is almost here,” remarked Paul Edwards, U.S. vice president, Chevrolet Marketing, ahead of Opening Day. “The Traverse and Silverado represent innovation, endurance and personality — much like our great city of Detroit.”
So why the Traverse and the Silverado of all Chevy’s vehicles? Chevy and the Tigers chose to display those two models because of what they represent: durability, reliability, and power. Those are three traits the Tigers embody as well—and what they hope will take them to the World Series this year.
But Chevy doesn’t just support the Tigers. In fact, the bowtie brand also serves as the Official Vehicle of Major League Baseball.
If you’re looking for a vehicle to transport your home team and all of their gear, contact us at Transwest Chevy to take a look at the Chevrolet lineup.