Crown Royal and Verizon IndyCar Series driver Alexander Rossi visited Stout Army Airfield in Indianapolis to surprise servicemen and women. Military members enjoyed a meet and greet with the Indy 500 winner along with Stephen Wilson, the Director of Whiskey Engagement for Crown Royal. During his visit Rossi announced he will be submitting the names of all military attendees who attended which is more than 200 names to Crown Royal’s Wall of Gratitude. Those names will be on display at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Crown Royal also presented the Indiana National Guard tickets to Armed Forces and Indy 500 weekends along with some other fun opportunities around the track.

“Serving our nation is the most generous thing a person can do for this country,” said 2016 Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi. “I have the utmost confidence race fans will do their best for the Crown Royal Wall of Gratitude by Indy 500 weekend, honoring so many deserving troops and veterans.”

Crown Royal’s history of inspiring exceptional generosity in all its forms goes back more than a decade. The brand has a long-standing history of supporting those who serve our country. In addition to collecting names for the Wall of Gratitude, Crown Royal will be assembling care packages, during activations at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, for deployed troops through their ongoing partnership with Packages From Home.

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