Hankook Tire America Corp., one of the fastest growing premium tire manufacturers in the world, has been a proud partner of DAV since 2014. As part of its commitment to helping people through mobility, Hankook hosts DAV Mobile Service Office (MSO) stops at twelve tire dealerships across the country. This program allows DAV’s certified National Service Officers to serve veterans where they live and provides accessibility to benefits for veterans who might otherwise go underserved.

This year, Hankook is sponsoring six DAV and RecruitMilitary career fairs throughout the country. The career fairs aim to bring opportunities to veterans, their spouses, active-duty personnel and members of the National Guard and Reserve in their local communities from companies seeking the unique traits, dedication and commitment they gain from their military service.

In addition, as a continuation of the 2018 partnership, Hankook donated a new DAV Transportation Network vehicle to help Nashville area veterans access the healthcare they earned in service to our nation. The Hankook-branded vehicle is now the only vehicle permanently stationed at Hankook’s hometown Nashville Campus of the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System. Without the volunteer-driven vehicle providing free, reliable transportation, many ill and injured veterans wouldn’t receive critical health services.

Thank you to Hankook for their support of DAV and American veterans and their families!



DAV members attend the groundbreaking ceremony of Hankook Tire's US plant in Tennessee on October 9, 2014.
DAV members attend the groundbreaking ceremony of Hankook Tire’s first U.S. plant in Clarksville, Tennessee on October 9, 2014..
Since 2015, Hankook Tire has been hosting DAV MSO stops at partnering tire dealerships across the country to bring veterans services they need directly where they live free of cost.
Hankook Tire donated a new DAV Transportation Network vehicle to the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System Nashville Campus. The volunteer-driven vehicle provides free, reliable transportation, to medical appointments for ill and injured veterans. (L to R): Don Samuels, DAV Past National Commander; Kenny Belew, DAV Tennessee State Adjutant; Jennifer Vedral-Baron Tennessee Valley Healthcare System Health System Director; Todd Walker, Hankook Tire Corporate Communications Specialist.