“Labor of Love Music Festival” Raises $10,000 for Wounded Warrior Project
The first ever “Labor of Love Music Festival”, hosted by CASE Construction Equipment on Labor Day 2015, raised $10,000 for Wounded Warrior Project through ticket sales, a silent auction and a percentage of on-site beverage sales donated by the Racine Civic Centre. CASE employees also donated five barrels of food to the Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin, who raised an additional $1,266 through a 50/50 raffle held at the event. Attendance was estimated at 2,000.
For more on the festival, visit CaseCE.com/LaborofLove. Highlights include a powerful performance of the original song “Heroes” by Wounded Warrior Project representative Sal Gonzalez Jr. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HotDkT7Fpzs), and photos and videos from other event partners.
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