The Art Contribution Of Sara Liberte

It makes me happy to realize how much interest you all have in the Builders Breakfast Event held in Daytona where participating Builders & Bruce Rossmeyer contributed to raise $34,000 for the Boggy Creek Camp. Not only you commented in this Blog, but you also sent a lot of emails requesting details about the organization and how money was raised. Here the answer. First, participants paid $25 to have breakfast with us. Second, all builders donated clothing (mainly shirts and jackets) with bikers bidding on each item signed by the Builder concerned. A David Uhl painting was also auctioned. The art of Sara Liberte (a fusion of builder portraits with their machines) was also a big contribution to the money raised. It will be no surprise for you to know that the most sought after portait was the one of late Johny Chop. Each of his posters signed by all present builders was bringing $400.00. And I can tell you that I signed a lot. Sara Liberte Art.       


2 Responses to “The Art Contribution Of Sara Liberte”

  1. 1 Greg Schonberg Mar 8th, 2007 at 11:21 pm

    Go Sara.

  2. 2 DJ Chopper God Mar 9th, 2007 at 7:10 am

    Johnny Chop RIP. For those who never met him Chop was one of the most genuinely gracious, special people who I have ever had the pleasure to hang with. A great builder with so many ideas. Sometimes we have a person in our midst who we all feel will last forever & do more amazing things. I guess JV was one of them. I can’t begin to say how much of an influence he was for me and I’m sure others. The great thing is knowing that he lived life to the fullest and would smile upon all who bid on items that benefit such a worthy cause. Stay Gold bro.

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