The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF), a Livonia, Michigan-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping our military heroes and their families, will receive funds from this year’s SOS at the EXPO, which is sponsored by Sound of the Soul Classic Car Audio of Sterling Heights, Michigan.
The fundraising event kicked off in December 2016 and continues through the event’s culmination at the 2017 Motor City Hot Rod and Racing Expo, presented by Soaring Eagle Hotel and Casino, March 25 – 26, 2017 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI. For further information regarding donations, visit http://www.fwsf.org/upcoming_events.html.
EMS Classic Car, The Automotive Easel, and the Motor City Hot Rod and Racing Expo are also proud supporters of SOS at the EXPO. This year’s SOS at the EXPO lineup includes:
- Kimberly Matte, international model, actress and spokesperson for Sound of the Soul, who will host the fundraising event.
- Ron Carley, renowned Abraham Lincoln impersonator and personality.
- Ed Syrocki of EMS Classic Car Care, who is one of Michigan’s leading experts in classic and antique car care.
- Sarah Storme (aka Miss High Performance) from Dragons Performance will sign autographs and pose for photographs.
Finally, anyone making a minimum donation of $10 to the FWSF at the Motor City Hot Rod and Racing Expo will be entered into an exclusive drawing to win a classic car audio system donated by Sound of the Soul.
For more information on the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF), visit http://fwsf.org.
For more information on Sound of the Soul Classic Car Audio, visit http://soundofthesoul.net.
Established in 2006, the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF) is a Livonia, Mich. based nonprofit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to helping those veterans (and their families) in Michigan who return from the Iran and Afghanistan campaigns and find themselves in need of financial support and assistance related to a variety of areas, from medical expenses to housing costs. FWSF members are a diverse collection of concerned people from Michigan’s business and private sectors. For more information, please visit www.fwsf.org.
Lynn Phillips, Director
The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund
SOURCE The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund