SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 51, December 23, 2010

Holiday Challenge: Fund a Set of Wheels for Severely Injured SEMA Member

On May 14, 2010, Dorian Comeau, a co-owner of House of Boost in Lenexa, Kansas, was severely injured while testing a vehicle the company had built. The injury left him paralyzed from the neck down. Earlier fundraising efforts among friends and industry colleagues helped the Comeau family toward covering staggering health care and related costs of his injuries.

The Aftermarket Foundation, established to assist industry members facing especially difficult times, stepped in and is contributing monthly to help meet Comeau’s ongoing needs.

The Foundation now issues this Holiday Challenge: let’s band together as an industry-family for Dorian and raise $24,000 to cover the cost of a specially converted van. The van is necessary for critically needed transportation.

Every contribution, small or large, corporate or individual, will be greatly appreciated by Dorian.

Contributions can be made by credit card by CLICKING HERE or by phone to the Aftermarket Foundation offices at 772-286-5500.

Contributions can be made by check payable to AFTERMARKET FOUNDATION and sent to:

The Aftermarket Foundation
PO Box 864520
Orlando, FL 32886–4520

ALL CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE

Let’s use this Season of Giving to give a gift that will make a tremendous difference in an industry-friend’s life.

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