SEMA eNews Vol. 14, No. 28, July 14, 2011

Not Too Late to Sponsor a Pinewood Racer

 

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  The 2011 Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Builder's Challenge includes uniquely styled racers crafted by an incredible class of hot-rod builders.

Last month, children living in Childhelp facilities in Beaumont, California, and in Lake of the Woods, Virginia, participated in the annual SEMA Build, which allowed them to put their own personal touch and style on dozens of pinewood vehicles. The miniature wooden vehicles, each displaying an assortment of colors and depicting a variety of themes, are now available for sponsorship.

With a donation of only $95, you can personally sponsor one of the childrens' vehicles and help contribute to two very worthy charities—Childhelp and Victory Junction Camp.

The pinewood vehicles will be featured during the SEMA Pinewood Drag Races, presented by eBay Motors, taking place during the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser. To sponsor a pinewood and to learn more about the event and the charities, follow the links below.

For those looking to take home a pinewood car that is one-of-a-kind, the 2011 Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Builder's Challenge includes uniquely styled racers crafted by an incredible class of hot-rod builders. These stylish creations will
race at the annual SEMA Cares Pinewood Drag Races, July 29, at the Renaissance Hotel in Long Beach, California.

All of the pinewood cars will also be on display at the HRIA booth during the 2011 SEMA Show, November 1–4, in Las Vegas, before being placed on eBay for public
auction. All of the proceeds from the auction will go to the Childhelp and Victory Junction Camp children’s charities.

Participants include:

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