Let’s Roll Foundation announces Car Care for Vets event

The Let’s Roll Foundation, a non-profit organization developed to assist veteran’s with their car care, has announced it will be conducting its second annual veterans appreciation event to be held March 5.

Big B’s Family Automotive is coordinating the event as well as providing free oil changes and multi-point vehicle inspections for those with military IDs.

The event is to be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 5, at North Mountain Car Company, 10029 N. Cave Creek Road. The event will feature donated fun, entertainment and food, according to a press release.

In addition to automotive care, there will be entertainment courtesy of a DJ and artist and Vietnam vet Jim Covarrubias, who specializes in military-themed artwork will be at the site creating paintings.  In all, it will be a great opportunity for the community to come together to honor those that have given so much of themselves to keep our country safe.

“We are very excited to host the second annual Car Care for Vets event this year.  Last year we were able to provide over 75 oil changes and multi-point checks.  And we’re hoping that this year, we will be able to service even more,” stated Brandon Wells, the founder of Let’s Roll Foundation and owner of Big B’s Family Automotive, in the press release.

“This is just our way of giving back to those that put their lives on the line for us and made it back home to their families.  We hope that the Let’s Roll Foundation can provide more events, throughout the year to honor members of the military.”

In order to reduce wait time, Mr. Wells suggests calling in advance to schedule a service time, stated the release.

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