Santa Fe Springs, California (MMD Newswire) June 21, 2012 -- Mike Thompson RV Super Stores has announced this year's Drive for a Cause Charity Golf Tournament will benefit the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation. The event is scheduled for July 19, 2012 at Black Gold Golf Course located in Yorba Linda, CA.
David Revere of Mike Thompson RV noted: "The event is off to a great start. We are so excited and appreciative of our corporate sponsor's committing their donations to assure the success of a great tournament and a sizeable donation to the WEODWF. So far we have received sponsorships from Bank of America, Fleetwood RV Inc., Keystone RV, Thor Motorcoach, Bank of the West, and Roadtrek Motorhomes Inc., and others. All of the staff at Mike Thompson RV is deeply committed to this event and its success. The Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation supports wounded soldiers serving as EOD technicians within the four branches of the military. One hundred percent of the net profit will be donated to this foundation to help wounded soldiers and their families. All donations big or small do make a difference. We encourage participation at any level and are so thankful to our vendors, local businesses, and customers who are on board to help us give back to the community and help support this event."
Mike Thompson RV Super Stores 2ndAnnual Charity Golf tournament will tee off on July 19, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. and includes a helicopter drop fundraiser, raffle, Roadtrek Hole in One contest, a silent auction, and end with a lovely dinner and awards presentation. Lunch has been donated and will be served by Chronic Tacos. Tim Gorman franchise owner of Chronic Tacos stated, "We have the highest respect and admiration for our brave men and women that volunteer for this dangerous job. We are honored to help support our warriors with our time, our food and our prayers."
Mike Thompson RV Superstores, family owned since 1972 is California's #1 RV Dealer with five southern California locations http://www.mikethompson.com
EOD is a joint service military occupational skill which means EOD technicians serve within the Army, Marines, Navy and Airforce. The program is strictly manned by volunteer candidates that are specially trained. On average over 7000 brave soldiers serve as EOD technicians. They are responsible for disarming, rendering safe and disposing of a variety of unexploded military ordance and terrorist devices, normally called Improvised Explosive Devices. These devices on today's battlefields are responsible for the majority of fatalities and severe injuries to our troops. (http://woundedeodwarrior.org)