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Fans Can Thank U.S. Troops With Tickets To Indianapolis 500

Wish For Our Heroes (W4OH), the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indiana National Guard are teaming up to provide fans with an opportunity to help send active United States military or veterans to the Indianapolis 500, Kroger Super Weekend at the Brickyard or Red Bull Indianapolis GP in 2013.

The “Wish Fund” program gives fans four ways to salute American service members through contributions or donations at wishforourheroes.org:
 

  • Contribute funds: Contribute $5 or more toward the purchase of a 2013 IMS event ticket for an active-duty service member or veteran.
  • Purchase tickets: Purchase a 2013 IMS event ticket for an active-duty service member or veteran.
  • Donate tickets: Donate extra or unused 2013 IMS event tickets to an active-duty service member or veteran.
  • Text to donate: Fans can text “America” to 20222 to donate to send a military member to the race.


Wish For Our Heroes is a national, non-profit organization based in Noblesville, Ind., that provides tickets to active United States military or veterans for Indianapolis Motor Speedway events.
 

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Fans Can Thank U.S. Troops With Tickets To Indianapolis 500
 
Fans Can Thank U.S. Troops With Tickets To Indianapolis 500
Wish For Our Heroes (W4OH), the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indiana National Guard are teaming up to provide fans with an opportunity to help send active United States military or veterans to the Indianapolis 500, Kroger Super Weekend at the Brickyard or Red Bull Indianapolis GP in 2013.
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