Marisa Miller has joined forces with Harley-Davidson and dressed up as a sexy 1940s style pin-up girl to help salute the troops.
Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson has enlisted model Marisa Miller to help it salute members of the U.S. Military during the month of November. The company has declared the month to be “Military Appreciation Month.” The model will appear in military themed print and digital ads, posters, postcards and calendars throughout the month of November. The merchandise can be picked up for free at your local Harley-Davidson dealer.
In a statement Miller said:
I'm honored to help the Motor Company salute the brave men and women who keep our country free. My grandfather is a veteran, and I've had the unique opportunity to meet several service men and women during recent USO tours, so the military holds a special place in my heart. I hope other Americans will join me and Harley-Davidson in saluting these real life heroes during the month of November.
Harley-Davidson has created a website where you can create an electronic postcard featuring Miller and send a note of encouragement and thanks to those that are serving this country.
Marisa Miller Rides It for the Troops
Source: Harley Davidson