In New Chevy Ad, Mo’ne Davis Reads America an Open Letter

It wasn’t long ago when Mo’ne Davis shocked the world at the Little League World Series. The lanky, thirteen-year-old pitcher surprised everyone when she took to the mound and threw her 70 mile-per-hour fastball. Now, Davis is wowing the world again in a new Chevy ad, which shows that her on-field accomplishments are just as possible for millions of other girls—all they have to do is throw like a girl.

“Mo’ne truly embodies the spirit at the heart of baseball, and she has been a powerful inspiration to boys and girls everywhere,” said Paul Edwards, US vice president of Chevrolet marketing. “She has proven that anything is possible if you decide yourself, and are guided by the right values in life.”

The new 60-second television spot made its debut during Game One of the 2014 World Series on FOX. Along with this new Chevy ad, Mo’ne Davis is also featured in the brand’s 16-minute documentary, both of which were recorded and developed by Academy Award-nominated director Spike Lee.

If you are interested in seeing how Chevrolet vehicles have the same resilient spirit Mo’ne embodies, make sure you stop in to Nehls Chevrolet today!

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