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UVU Auto Expo was a Success

Yes it rained almost two inches during the transportation of the freedom vehicle trucks to the car show, yes it did take six hours to transport the vehicles back to Orem after the show, and yes it also rained and soaked the GP medium which I still need to setup and let dry, but it was all worth it.  We talked to several veterans some who wanted to tell us stories and some who wanted to look and reminisce.  I want to thank all those veterans who have sacrificed much so that I can have the opportunity to have the freedoms I have and be able to choose to work in the rain or stay at home.  I love this country and I want it to always stay free.  For this reason I am willing to work hard to show those who don’t know how blessed they are the sacrifices made by other for them.  Thank you Again!

Vernon Stout

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M37, M923A2, M101A1, M43, M35A2, Jeep MB, Dodge Brothers Ambulance, Dodge Brother Staff Car

M37, M923A2, M101A1, M43, M35A2, Jeep MB, Dodge Brothers Ambulance, Dodge Brother Staff Car

Updated: May 19, 2015 — 2:43 am

1 Comment

  1. Great display! My family and I enjoyed seeing show especially your military section. Thanks for all the hard work.

    Jonathan Walker

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