"I'm honoured to help the Motor Company salute the brave men and women who keep our country free," the Sun quoted Miller, as saying. She added: "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 also announced a competition for the armed forces personnel, which will give them a chance to win a bike personally delivered by Miller.
"It's humbling to think of the countless sacrifices these brave men and women - and their families - have made to keep our country free, so the Harley-Davidson family is honoured to partner with Marisa to help salute military personnel this month," Dino Bernacchi, Harley-Davidson''s director of Advertising and Promotions said.