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CAWP to Raffle Motorcycle for Wounded Warriors
As an Association of contractors who build the infrastructure in our communities, the leadership of CAWP believes it is equally important to give back to the people in the communities in western Pennsylvania. The CAWP Constructing Our Community Program will raise funds for donation to charitable causes chosen by the current Association President. This year, the selected organization is the Wounded Warrior Project, which provides tangible support for service members severely wounded in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The construction industry of western Pennsylvania suffered the unexpected loss of a colleague and friend earlier this year when CAWP Executive Committee Member and Board Member Ralph V. Mashuda of Mashuda Corporation passed away. The CAWP Executive Committee’s desire to honor him in a lasting way ultimately combined with this new initiative in the form of a raffle fundraiser with the prize being a Limited Edition Indian Bomber Motorcycle. Those who knew Ralph know about his passion for Indian motorcycles. This passion turned into a lasting legacy in the form of an Indian Motorcycle dealership in Cranberry, Pennsylvania, which he founded. The donation of funds raised from the raffle will go to the Wounded Warrior Project in memory of Ralph.
The winning ticket will be drawn at the CAWP/H2AP Annual Dinner and Monte Carlo event on January 14, 2011. Help CAWP to honor Ralph and our wounded warriors with this initiative by calling or emailing today.
Tickets are $20.00 and are now available for purchase on the CAWP website by clicking HERE
. For additional information on the raffle, or to obtain flyers for your office and jobsites, please contact the Constructors Association of Western Pennsylvania office at 412-343-8000 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org