Ride to benefit Rawhide’s Youth & Family Counseling Outpatient Clinics in Southeastern WI
Heiser Automotive Group will once again prove that ‘Anything is Possible’ by being the Presenting Level Sponsor for the 2013 Ride for Rawhide. The Ride for Rawhide will take place throughout Eastern Wisconsin from June through September 2013 and end with a celebration event on September 14, 2013 at the Automobile Dealers Association of Mega Milwaukee (ADAMM) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This marks a continuation of the successful association between the nonprofit organization and the Southeastern Wisconsin automobile group.
Ride for Rawhide participants may purchase an event booklet for $20 and travel to sponsored stops throughout Wisconsin (listed in the book) and have their book stamped at each location. Entries for a drawing will be awarded to riders according to the number of stops completed and stamps received. The objective is to visit as many destinations and receive as many stamps and entries as possible. The drawing for all participants will take place on Saturday, September 14 during the "Celebration" Event at the Automobile Dealers Association of Mega Milwaukee (ADAMM) building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Heiser Automotive Group acknowledges it takes a lot of dedication and funding to help community organizations thrive. “Heiser has partnered with Rawhide on several different fundraising events and we are thrilled to be taking part in the ride” stated Mary Ann Scaffidi, one of the family owners of Heiser Automotive Group. “Organizations like “Rawhide” truly make a difference and we are happy to help them achieve their goals.”
To purchase your Ride for Rawhide Booklet stop in any of the 5 Heiser dealership locations throughout the southeastern Wisconsin area, or visit www.rawhide.org.
Rawhide was founded in 1965 by John and Jan Gillespie with the help of NFL Hall of Fame Legend Bart Starr and his wife Cherry. Being dependent on God, they inspire and equip at-risk youth and families to lead healthy and responsible lives through family-centered care, treatment, and education.