Vehicle was Donated to Foundation by Mt. View Auto, Built with Donated Parts from OMIX-ADA
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (Dec. 4, 2018) – One of the most unique and inspiring Industrial Arts Therapy programs undertaken by the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer has reached a highly successful conclusion. A 2017 HURST Jeepster Commando, modified by pediatric cancer patients, recently raised more than $150,000 at the Dallas Fall Leake Auto Auction in Dallas Market Hall.
The Jeep, which was donated by Mt. View Auto Group in Chattanooga, was painstakingly modified earlier this year with patients and their families serving as the main constructors. Truck ‘N Trailers USA in Chattanooga hosted the build-out sessions while all parts were donated by Omix-ADA, the world’s largest independent manufacturer and wholesale-only company with a full line of Jeep parts and accessories.
Prior to being transported to Dallas, the Jeep was displayed a...
Auction at Leake Auction in Dallas Market Hall at “No-Reserve”
DP Brands Authorized “One of One” HURST Jeep Commando
Created by Children and Families Affected by Pediatric Cancer as Part of Their Recovery
Build Supported by Mt. View Automotive Group, Rugged Ridge/OMIX-ADA, Wastegate Technologies, Wizards Products, BFGoodrich and Truck ‘N Trailers USA
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (Nov. 7, 2018) – The first vehicle created as part of the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer’s unique recovery therapies will be crossing the block at Lot 9001 on Nov. 17 at the Dallas Fall Leake Auto Auction held at the Dallas Market Hall in Dallas. The DP Brands authorized one-of-one 2017 HURST Jeep Commando will sell at “no-reserve” with 100% of the money raised returning to the foundation to support recovery therapies.
The Austin Hatcher Foundation is noted for innovation and uniqueness when it comes to fundraising.
“This project certainly keeps that tradition going,” said Austin Hatch...