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FCA Teams Up with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to Deliver Discounted Tickets to U.S. Military Personnel

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FCA is helping military members access the arts more easily

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is constantly looking for new ways to give back to U.S. service members and their family. The automaker’s latest effort involves a partnership with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

Together, the two organizations will offer discounted tickets to 19 concerts throughout the 2018-2019 Detroit Symphony Orchestra season.

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FCA and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra began their partnership last year, offering discounted tickets to several concerts during the 2017-2018 season. This year, the program will extend to triple the amount of concerts than it did last year.

The first of the discounted concerts took place last weekend during Dancing in the Street: A Symphonic Tribute to Motown. Said concert celebrated the legacy of Motown music in the Motor City.

U.S. service members, veterans, and their family members will also have access to discounted tickets for all 12 Coffee Concert performances and six PNC Pops Series performances. Finally, service members and veterans will also be offered discounted tickets to one Classical Series concert during the Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s American Panorama festival in February.

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In addition to partnering with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to offer U.S. military personnel discounted tickets, FCA will also provide transportation funds for Detroit Symphony Orchestra members to visit the John D. Dingell V.A. Medical Center. There, the members of the orchestra will perform free concerts for the patients.

“The FCA Foundation is pleased to collaborate with the DSO in an effort to recognize the contributions of our service members, veterans and their families,” said Shane Karr, Head of External Affairs for FCA North America and President of the FCA Foundation. “Without a doubt, it’s their sacrifices that make the freedoms we all enjoy possible, and for this we are forever grateful.”

To unlock the discounted tickets, U.S. service members, veterans, or members of their family can use the code HEROES1819 at or by calling the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Box Office at (313) 576-5111.