Brass Balls Military Bobber Raffle

bbb“Wheeler” (pictured on left with Builder Rick Fairless), a Vietnam Vet and president of Wheeler Industries, will is representing the custom Brass Balls Military Bobber on the over 2,000 miles “Long Road” event hosted by the Horse magazine.  The Brass Balls Bobbers “Win the Military Bobber for the Troops Raffle” will raise money and awareness of the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.  The proceeds go to raise funds to build a facility for diagnosing and
treating traumatic brain injuries for the brave men and women in the United States Armed Forces.

“I am excited that Ray Wheeler will be spearheading the effort in raising awareness of the needs of our returning veterans with traumatic head injuries,” said Dar Holdsworth, Brass Balls Bobbers’ Bossman. “His enthusiasm and commitment to our returning veterans is inspirational.”

The Military Bobber will be given away in Daytona, Florida during the 2009 edition of Biketoberfest. Tickets are for sale at the Smoke Out West May 15th/16th in Rockingham, NC.  All the details and news updates are available at Win A Bobber.


3 Responses to “Brass Balls Military Bobber Raffle”

  1. 1 mark May 14th, 2009 at 1:46 pm

    All the folks involved on this project are great. The fund that they are raising money for is rated an A+ charity based on how much money actually gets into the hands of those that need it. I’m buying a couple of tickets….sacraficing a couple of beers, eh?

    Ride on guys!

  2. 2 ray c wheeler May 14th, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    Followed the Bobber from Cottonwood , Az to Sante Rosa , New Mexico to Oklahoma City Monday evening . A great time was had by all , we even sold a few tickets .

    Has good luck might have it , a young energetic Marine Captain from Quantico Marine Base in Virginia volenteered to take the Brass Balls Bobber with him to Virginia for display at the base .

    Please keep this charity in mind when considering which Military raffle bike to take a chance on .

    Best of Luck ,

    Ray c wheeler

  3. 3 Howard May 18th, 2009 at 7:57 am

    I would like to personally thank all that have supported this very worthy cause. Not only will the center treat trumatic brain injury,but will also address post tramatic stress syndrome. This last condition effects thousands of veterans of all conflicts.

    God Bless America and thank you,


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