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4th Annual Wounded Warrior Car Show

August 14, 2011 @ 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

Update: SSgt Tejeda receives adapted vehicle at car show! (Photos by Wyotech.)

SSgt Guillermo Tejeda receives keys from Lisa StehleWyotech WOunded Warrior Car Show 2011 Wyotech photo from 4th Annual Wounded Warrior Car Show Semper Fi Fund Supporter - Wounded Warrior Car Show Flyer Icon

Click the above image for the 4th Annual Wounded Warrior Car Show Flyer!


Long Beach, CA – This exciting car show showcases Pre-1974 American Cars, Trucks, Special Interest Vehicles and Motorcycles. Limited to 300 displays, this year’s event will once again take place on the WyoTech Campus in Long Beach, CA.

Event Update!

The 4th Annual Wounded Warrior Car Show was a huge success!

During the event, injured Marine Staff Sergeant Guillermo Tejada was presented with a new Camaro that had been modified with hand controls. The Semper Fi Fund provided funding toward the purchase of the car. Four Wyotech technicians, all of whom had served in the military, made additional modifications to the Camaro so that SSgt Guillermo will be riding in style!

Event Information:
There will be plenty of music, food, and raffles. Trophies will be awarded for various categories.

Last year the 3rd Wounded Warrior Car Show raised over $12,000 for the Semper Fi Fund thanks to their generous sponsors and entrants who showed off their beautiful rides. They would also like to thank: Wyotech for the great facility; The many clubs represented, including The Bay City Rodders, Cruzin 50’s South Bay, Early Birds, Metro Club of California, POCI, SBMO and The Sultans who helped park the cars. The show was again graced by the Marine Color Guard from the Long Beach Recruiting Station, The Long Beach Fire Department and the Long Beach Police Department whose Cmdr. Levy stole the show!

Event starts at 9:00am – gates open at 7:00am and cars will be parked by 9:00am. For more information about this event, please visit their website at: www.woundedwarriorcarshow.com; or you may call (310)343-9634 or Email Them.