AMBEST donates $30,000 to Wounded Warrior Project to honor Veteran’s Day
In a news release, organization officials said they used the annual meeting as a means of raising funds through sponsorships and a silent auction.
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Nashville — AMBEST, a member-owned national network of truck stops, travel centers and truck service centers based in Brentwood, Tenn., recently held their 25th annual meeting in Nashville and raised $30,000.00 for Wounded Warrior project.
In a news release, organization officials said they used the annual meeting as a means of raising funds through sponsorships and a silent auction with participating benefactors such as Bridgestone, Lucas Oil, Michelin, DAS, Valvoline and many others.
“We are proud to present Wounded Warrior Project with this donation to honor them on Veteran’s Day and humbled by the service they provide to the men and women in our military. Tommy Davis, the vice president of our service centers spearheaded the sponsorship initiative of this and did a wonderful job,” said Steve Allen, AMBEST president. “He worked with our network of operators and vendor partners to achieve our goal of $30,000.00. These fine businessmen and women donated dozens items for auction and thousands to help. This donation would not have been possible without them,” says Steve Allen.”
Including this donation, AMBEST has given over $82,000.00 to Wounded Warrior Project throughout the past three years, Allen said.
WWP is a national, nonpartisan organization headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. The organization’s purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured servicemen and women air and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.
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