WINSLOW, ARKANSAS – In celebration of Veteran’s Day, Chief Guitar Foundation kicks off its first ever “Contractor-Proud Salute” fundraiser drawing starting Nov. 1- Dec. 31, 2018. The winner will be announced January 2, 2019.
The drawing raises funds to purchase Action Trackchairs for wounded veterans. These are the ultimate in all-terrain wheelchairs providing the independence and freedom our veterans deserve. Each chair has design features and functionality unmatched on any other tracked or all-terrain wheelchair.
“Our troops have protected us and defended our national security repeatedly and consistently and they deserve our gratitude,” said Jeff Cleavenger, founder of the Chief Guitar Foundation, “so, I created the Foundation to support wounded veterans.”
“This is our first Contractor-Proud Salute campaign and as founder of Chief Guitar Foundation, I am incredibly honored to support America’s servicemen and women,” said Cleavenger. Donors enter to win a beautiful custom Harley Davidson Street Glide Special and a hand-carved theme guitar. Funds raised through this drawing enable us to reach our nation’s most critically-wounded veterans. We are excited to kick off the 2018 campaign!”
“At Chief Guitar Foundation, every day is Veterans Day,” added Robert Wise, Jr., two-war veteran and CGF ambassador. “Our courageous servicemen and women gave their all to protect our freedom,” he added. “Now, it’s up to us to give those wounded in battle, the freedom they deserve.”
About Chief Guitar Foundation
The Chief Guitar Foundation (CGF) was formed to honor Jeff’s neighbor, two-time war veteran Robert Wise, Jr. who served in both the Korean and Vietnam wars. The Foundation provides Action Trackchairs to critically-wounded men and women who served in America’s armed forces. They are a 501 (c) 3 headquartered in Winslow, Arkansas.