MINNEAPOLIS, MN – (November 11, 2014) – ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a leading national damaged vehicle repair company, is proud to announce one of their employees took center stage Sunday night to sing the national anthem during the Packers – Bears football game on NBC.

“Singing the national anthem at Lambeau Field and during a nationally televised football game was a once in a lifetime opportunity,” said Heather Mendoza, ABRA – Glendale’s customer service manager. “I have been singing for years and was up for the challenge of performing before a sold out crowd,” she said. “I am truly honored to have been a part of it.”

Heather Mendoza has been serving in the Army Reserves as a Specialist in the 484th Army band for 12 years and sings all around the country with her Army band “Zeroed In” as a lead vocalist. She performs at military ceremonies, events, memorial services, parades and festivals.

“Heather has been with ABRA Auto Body and Glass for more than four years and we couldn’t be more delighted with her success, military work, and her dedication to our country,” said Jeff Mohns, regional vice president of ABRA. “We are a proud supporter of our veterans and active military employees. It’s exciting to see Heather honored on Sunday Night Football.”

Sunday’s football game between the Packers and the Bears was broadcast on NBC and streamed live to troops in Afghanistan in honor of Veterans Day. 

About ABRA Auto Body & Glass
Founded in 1984 and headquartered in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, ABRA is a leading provider of vehicle repair services specializing in collision repair, paintless dent removal, and auto glass repair and replacement. ABRA’s mission is to be the best auto body and glass company in America by providing quality repairs, in a timely manner, with friendly, helpful service. For more information about ABRA visit www.abraauto.com.