In 1997, Dolores Hope christened the USNS Bob Hope (AKR 300) in New Orleans.
The Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre aired on NBC from 1963-1967.
On those occasions, the show was entitled "Chrysler presents a Bob Hope Special."
Sponsors named radio programs after their products and one of Hope's earliest and longest lasting associations was with The Pepsodent Radio Show starring Bob Hope.
When the time for recognition of service to the nation in wartime comes to be considered, Bob Hope should be high on the list.
Upon reopening, it was renamed the Hope Memorial Bridge, in honor of the family of entertainer Bob Hope, who were stonemasons from Cleveland.
To mark this event, the intersection of Hollywood and Vine in Los Angeles, California was named Bob Hope Square and his centennial was declared Bob Hope Day in thirty five U.S. states.
Bob Hope: 50 Years of Hope, an exhibition of Hope's service to the United States military at the National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayton, Ohio.
Bob Hope is interred in the Bob Hope Memorial Gardens at Mission San Fernando Rey de Espaсa in Los Angeles.
Bob Hope remained vibrant as an entertainer through his television specials during the 1980s.
PGA Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, which was an existing tournament (The Desert Classic) was renamed in 1966 in recognition of the comedian's lifelong passion for the game.
The 99 acre (40 ha) studio complex is 5.6 miles (9 km) from the center of Rome and is part of one of the biggest production communities in the world, second only to Hollywood.