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Freedom Cruise roars into West Michigan June 25-29


West Michigan veterans and local businesses will benefit when The Village Motorsports Freedom Cruise roars into West Michigan for five action-packed days from June 25th – June 29th. The inaugural event combines motorcycle and classic car cruises, a nationally-televised rock concert, golf tournament, car and bike expos, and appearances by History Channel stars Danny “The Count” Kolker, The Fugawis Motorcycle Club and Rick and Kelly Dale. Proceeds from the raffle of a 2014 Harley Davidson motorcycle, special sponsorships and some food and beverage sales will benefit West Michigan veterans and the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.

“This entire event has grown out of a simple desire to showcase our beautiful West Michigan landscape and provide a little help and fun for our veterans who gave their service and don’t ask for very much in return,” said Tom Antor, Board Chairman of Finish the Mission Veteran Relief Fund. “People have just jumped at the chance to get on board and support these heroes, and the event has grown into a national event.”

The featured event will be Saturday night’s “Freedom Rocks Concert” at The Deltaplex Arena. Danny Kolker’s “Count’s 77” band will headline the show which will also feature an emotional presentation of the American Fallen Soldier Project.

Each day has several events to choose from. On Wednesday, June 25, part of the lineup includes an honor cruise that starts at 6 p.m. at Comstock Park High School, and ends in Cedar Springs. There will be a similar honor cruise on Thursday, June 26, at 6 p.m. that starts at Comstock Park High School and ends in Sparta.

A complete schedule of events is available online at freedomcruise.net.


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