Texas Flip and Move Veterans Auction Press Release
- August 6, 2017
- Posted by: Myers Jackson
- Category: Community News
Texas Flip and Move stars to conduct Texas-Size auction at Coopers Old Time Pit BBQ benefiting Across America for Wounded Heroes on Friday, June 30, 2017.
Meet, eat dinner, have pictures taken with and watch the newest episode of Texas Flip and Move with America’s Auctioneer Myers Jackson, The Snow Sisters Donna and Toni, The Lone Wolf Randy Martin, Casey Hester, Catrina Kidd, and Gary’s Girls-Melinda, Paige, Brooke and Kendal on Friday, June 30, 2017 at Coopers Old Time Pit BBQ in Fort Worth and participate in a Texas-Size auction benefitting Across America for Wounded Heroes. Daddy Snow and Gary might even be there!
The mission of Across America for Wounded Heroes is raising money for veterans. As stated on the website, “C. Ivan Stoltzfus is an auctioneer, real estate broker and retired farmer. He divides his time between Honey Brook, PA and Sarasota, FL. Ivan grew up farming with John Deere tractors and loved the sound of the 2-cylinder engine. He dreamed of a cross country adventure on an old John Deere tractor to see the United States of America and to raise funds for a special mission….The goal of the endeavor is to bring recognition and support for the many heroes of the USA-hurting men and women who sacrificed of themselves for our nation’s freedom….Contributions will benefit different Veteran Organizations, supporting physical, mental health and family counselling. With your help Ivan hopes to raise 1 Million for Across America for Wounded Heroes Inc. organizations. We have Public Charity Status for 501 (c)(3) “Contribution Deductibility:Yes”….” Visit the website at www.helpamericanheroes.com
Texas Flip and Move is a reality program on the DIY Network. It follows 4 experienced teams consisting of the adorable Snow Sisters Donna and Toni, The Lone Wolf Randy Martin, Casey Hester and Catrina Kidd, and Gary’s Girls-Melinda, Paige, Brooke and Kendal. These teams purchase homes and/or buildings that are doomed for demolition and move them to the renovation lot to breathe new life into them by means of dedication, sweat and laughs. Using their skills and creativity, they turn the once abandoned shells into shimmering gems. Then, it’s “Auction Time, Auction Time!” America’s Auctioneer Myers Jackson gets the beautiful homes “Sold, Sold, Sold!” It is then up to the winning bidder to move the renovated home to their own lot. New episodes of Texas Flip and Move air Friday evenings at 8p central time. The cast of Texas Flip and Move support Veterans. A fund to support a USVET is underway with special funding for a variety of higher education opportunities for veterans and their families. This support would include scholarships, grants and help with tuition. The fund would also provide help and relief as well as being available for specialized hardships. The mission is operational with a clear vision to march into the future.
The watch party and auction will take place at Coopers Old Time Pit BBQ in Fort Worth. The website says, “….Coopers has provided its Pit Barbeque to hundreds of thousands of hungry diners over the years dating back to 1953. Coopers Fort Worth, located at 301 Stockyards Boulevard is a 26,000 square foot carbon-copy of the mothership Llano restaurant. For your dining experience, Coopers Fort Worth has a large main dining area as well as an incredible indoor/outdoor patio with a view of the Fort Worth skyline that accommodates about 200 guests. Our newest restaurant features the “Llano Room”, which can host up to 300 guests and is available for private events. From the mesquite coals to the array of meats on the menu.” Visit the website at www.coopersbbqfortworth.com
Cannot make it to Fort Worth for the event? Fret not! You can still be a part of the excitement! There will be online bidding through a NEW, revised APP. myersjackson.hibid.com. Registration is free on the APP. Be sure to get this new app as it is different from the older app.
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