Event benefited Hunts for Heroes Program
PHOENIX Several hundred attendees showed their support for wounded veterans at Saturday’s event hosted by the Arizona Elk Society (https://www.arizonaelksociety.org/) in partnership with Superstition Harley-Davidson (http://superstitionhd.com/). The day-long event featured a Scavenger Hunt for motorcycles and cars, plus breakfast and an end celebration. Proceeds went to the Hunts for Heroes Program.
Hunts for Heroes brings veterans with disabilities out of their routine and into the outdoors to provide a sense of normalcy and a new perspective on what their life can look like with a disability.
“What an honor to host the Hunts for Heroes Ride and End Party,” said Brina Brown of Superstition Harley-Davidson. “We are grateful to be part of such a patriotic community and will continue to look for ways as a local business, to make a difference in the lives of Veterans and their families who have given so much for us. We are excited to make next year’s fundraiser bigger and better.”
Tom Wagner, Hunts for Heroes Coordinator, said the Hunts for Heroes Program delivers free all-inclusive hunts for both men and women in the beautiful state of Arizona to encourage “Healing through Hunting.”
About The Arizona Elk Society:
The Arizona Elk Society is committed to conserving and enhancing wildlife habitat in Arizona, protecting sound wildlife management and habitat through partnering with government agencies and other organizations and implementing special programs for youth education regarding conservation, hunting and outdoor activities. The Arizona Elk Society regularly informs the general public about issues concerning wildlife conservation, as well as scientific and biological wildlife and habitat management. Volunteer and sponsorship opportunities now available. Visit https://www.arizonaelksociety.org/