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Dealership Events at Northwest Dodge

Jeeper Appreciation Day 2014
Northwest Dodge appreciates the relationship with the Jeeping Community, it has been a big part of our success for the last 3 years so we wanted to say thank you! We also wanted to show Royal Purple Raceway the amazing fellowship that the Jeep Community has as they begin to embark on building an off road park that will be enjoyed by all!Northwest Dodge would like to thank all Jeepers that came out that day and all Jeepers who were unable to attend, we are so appreciative of your support
Click here to view photos of this event!

I want to take this opportunity to thank all those who attended our Wheelers For The Wounded event last month. It was a great success for all involved. That event was in support of The Crossing of America, honoring our nations wounded and fallen soldiers on a 12,700 mile journey across our great country starting on the deck of the USS Midway in San Diego and ending in New York on the deck of the USS Intrepid on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Now The Crossing of America is coming to Northwest Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram as the only stop in Houston. I humbly invite you to join us as we pay tribute to our wounded and fallen soldiers on Sunday, July 10th from 9 AM to 2 PM. We are putting together what we hope will be a tremendous event for a worthy cause.

  4 Jeeps will be driven to our dealership, each with a celebrity driver and 4 passengers. The passengers will be Fathers, Mothers, and Wives of fallen soldiers, and Wounded Warriors.

If you know someone you feel should be honored at this event as a passenger, please contact me directly at

281-468-2242 or by email at jimh@northwestdodge.com
We will be filling these 16 passenger positions on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Noted local celebrities who have committed to event as drivers and in Kevin's case as our entertainment are:

  Tommy Kramer
Minnesota Vikings Quarterback

Tommy Kramer became the starting quarterback for the Vikings before the 1979 NFL season after Fran Tarkenton retired. He was drafted by the Vikings to be the heir apparent to Tarkenton. He earned the nickname "Two Minute Tommy" for many late game come-from-behind victories. He was selected to the Pro Bowl following the 1986 season, in which he was the highest rated quarterback in the NFL. Kramer was the first NFL quarterback to throw for over 450 yards in a game twice, and he once threw six touchdowns in a single game versus the Green Bay Packers

Gregg Bingham
Houston Oilers Middle Linebacker.

Gregg played college football at Purdue, he graduated in 4 years with a degree in industrial economics and has since continued his economic education with a Masters and PHD from UHK. He went on to play for the Houston Oilers of the NFL for 12 seasons as the starting middle linebacker beginning with the very first pre-season game of his rookie year and continued to do so until his retirement earning him the nick name " ironman ". A sure handed tackler, it was commonly known throughout the league if he touched you, you were tackled, period.

  Dan Pastorini
Quarterback, Houston Oilers

Pastorini was drafted by the Houston Oilers in the first round (third overall) of the 1971 NFL Draft out of Santa Clara University. The draft was dubbed "The Year of the Quarterback" with Pastorini taken third behind Jim Plunkett (first) and Archie Manning (second).
Pastorini was known as a tough quarterback throughout his career. From 1971 through 1979, Pastorini missed only five regular season games, playing through the pain of broken ribs and even a punctured lung at times. Pastorini's last game as a Houston Oiler was the 1979 AFC championship game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a game which many Oilers fans contended was decided when, in their opinion, the officials blew a call on a Mike Renfro TD reception. The best replay angles NBC could provide of the play show Renfro clearly catching the ball and getting both feet in the endzone with no juggling. The play was a major turning point in the momentum of the game, which resulted in a Steeler triumph.
Most folks are familiar with Dan Pastorini's accomplishments on the football field or in race cars but what most don't know about is Dan's family background in the restaurant business. Long after his football and racing careers, Dan partnered with Lee Donabedian whose family owned and operated Rube's Steakhouse in Simi Valley. They became great friends over the years and along with mutual friend Manny Asadurian, the three formed 'Christmas for Children,' a non-profit fundraiser hosted each year at Rube's. Racing associates displayed race cars while local car clubs boasted their hotrods in Rube's parking lot. The only admission fee was an unwrapped toy for needy kids in the area.

  Kenny Houston
Defensive Back, Houston Oilers.

Kenny Houston, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, was a defensive back for the Houston Oilers from 1967-72 before playing for the Washington Redskins from 1973-80. He was selected All-Pro three times and, in 1994, was named to the NFL's 75th Anniversary All-Time Team at the safety position. After his retirement in 1980, Houston served as a head football coach for Wheatley High School and Westbury High School in Houston. From 1982-85, he was the defensive backfield coach for the Oilers, and from 1986-90, he was the defensive backfield coach for the University of Houston. Since 1990, Houston has served as a guidance counselor for children in hospitals and who are home bound or have been placed in child care agencies by the State of Texas. He does this work for the Houston Independent School District.

  Kevin Black

Kevin Black was born in the western suburbs of Houston. He has a great love for people and is gregarious almost to a fault. He is quick to smile and has very few frown lines. His outgoing personality and warm smile draw people to Kevin, and his music grabs them and keeps them close. Music has been Kevin's dominant love since the first time he discovered the beauty of a strummed guitar joined together with vocal harmonies. His lyric versatility allows him to avoid labels or musical typecasting. When one listens to Kevin Black, it seems that he somehow knows the song that is in your heart? and sings it back to you.

  Joe Schumacher
Guard and Tackle Houston Oilers

University of Southern California-  
Played offensive tackle for the Trojans from 1973-1978. Helped Trojans win two
National Championships during this span. Was selected 2nd team all Pac-10 Senior
season. Played in three Rose Bowls, one Liberty Bowl and one Bluebonnet Bowl.
Graduated in 1978 from USC with Bachelor of Science degree in Business

Houston Oilers-
Drafted by Oilers in 1978. Played guard and tackle for the Oilers until 1986.
Played in two AFC Championship games against the Pittsburg Steelers in 1978 & 1979.
Had the chance to block for three Heisman Trophy Winners
 ( Earl Campbell, Charles White, Mike Rozier) and two Heisman runner's up
 ( Ricky Bell, Anthony Davis) during college and pro career. Blocked for
Hall-of-Famer Earl Campbell for the Houston Oilers.
Featured events, participants, and amenities that will be available:
  • The Jeeps will be escorted to our facility by the Southeast Texas Patriot Guard Riders.
  • Proclaim Liberty  will be present with their exact replica of the Liberty Bell from Independence Hall in Philadelphia. This group travels the United Sates, attending funerals for fallen American soldiers.
  • All Branches of the military will be represented with military vehicles on display.
  • The Houston Art Car community is bringing several of their military-themed vehicles including one with an F-16 mounted to the roof.
  • Noted local artist Ken Pridgeon will display his recently commissioned painting of Pat Tillman. Ken is also in the process of completing paintings of each of the 200 Houston-area soldiers killed in action since 9/11
  • The Texas Fallen Traveling Memorial Wall, honoring the 500 Texans killed since 9/11 will be on display. You can see this great tribute on their Facebook Page.

  • Kevin Black will be on stage performing music for the event.
  • Plenty of Food: Free BBQ, hot dogs and hamburgers. Also, Hooters will be providing their famous chicken wings. And there will be plenty of soft drinks and water.
  • For the kids, we will have a 2 giant water slides with pool and a dunking tank.
  • Snow cone machine.
  • Icee Machine
  • Ice Cream Machine
  • Cooling Fans.
  • We are giving away 3- 46" Flat-Screen televisions.
  • There will be lots of other give-a way's as well.
  • There will be 10 sponsor tents. The sponsors are organizations that support our troops such as MoM's USA and the National Memorial Ladies
  • Downtown Aquarium will be providing interactive feature for children.
  • Minute-Maid will be providing drinks and juices for the event. 

 This Wheelers For The Wounded event is one of many honoring our wounded soldiers nationwide.

The Crossing of America is a national campaign to create tribute, create awareness, and raise funds for Wounded Warriors and their families. This year, Jeep is the national sponsor. They have donated 2 Jeeps that will be driven 12,700 miles each by 1,000 of America's most patriotic and famous celebrities. These Jeeps will then be auctioned off at Sotheby's in New York next fall. Go to their website for more details and watch Harrison Ford's tribute on YouTube below!

Community Outreach Event March 19, 2011
Northwest Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram hosted our Community Outreach Event last month.
We had a super turn-out with the participation of Jeep People and TX 4 Wheeler Clubs.
Food, Refreshments, and Door Prizes made it fun, and Awards were given out in variouscategories in
the Show and Shine competition. We also had our Level 4 Technicians
available for vehicle inspections, and they stayed very busy all day. It was great time and we are looking forward to next year's event.
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