PRLog - Nov. 26, 2012 - LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles, CA – Veterans who man the phones at the National Veterans Foundation’s Lifeline for Vets™ will receive an early Christmas present this year in the form of a free day of stunt driving training from Rick Seaman Stunt Driving School and Willow Springs Raceway in Rosamond, California.
Lifeline for Vets Counselor Gerald Hillard
The stunt driving school will host its annual holiday “Thank You Vets Stunt Driving Day” December 18th and 19th for seven Veterans from the National Veterans Foundation.
“These Veterans work the Foundation’s toll-free hotline for crisis and general information calls from Veterans and soldiers across the nation and around the world," said Rick Seaman. Many of them have served in combat in multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, and are now helping other Vets with their transition to civilian life. I can’t think of anyone more deserving to receive this gift.”
The two days of stunt driving with Rick’s staff of professional Hollywood motion picture stunt drivers will be provided free of charge by the school and it’s host location, The Willow Springs Raceway.
Your news team is cordially invited to attend and cover this action packed charity event. The stunt driving session begins at 9:00 am on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 18th and 19th at Willow Springs Raceway – 3500 75th St. West// Rosamond 93560 (just north of Lancaster, Ca.) For details contact:
(818) 341-9526 ofc
(818) 917-1841 cell
(818) 886-8687 service
OR Veterans TV Network (818) 704-8643
The National Veterans Foundation (www.nfv.org)