Vietnam War Museum –  Display

“I want to thank the “Cruisin For Heroes” group for participation in the Vietnam War Foundation and Museum’s July 3rd and 4th Open House.  Your team members, with their vintage cars, added a whole new level of opportunity for our visitors to experience the 1960 displays and artifacts.  We look forward to other joint ventures. ”

Dick Thompson

VP, Vietnam War Foundation


Culpeper Regional Airport – Annual AirFest

“The Cruisin For Heroes Team is the welcoming group for the spectators of our annual Air Fest.  Each year they bring something new to entertain and enlighten the crowd.  Not only do they showcase some of the most beautiful automobiles around but they bring clowns and "Transformers" and smiles all the way.  The Fisher House Charity also goes hand-in-hand with our quest to highlight Veterans at our shows.  This relationship is a win, win for us!”


“It is hard to sum up in a few short blurbs all that you do for our show.  Thank you again.”
Tanya B. Woodward, C.M.
Culpeper Regional Airport


McDonald’s Grand Opening

I first came in contact with Cruisin’ For Heroes, as I planned the Grand Opening event for our Harrison Crossing McDonald’s in Spotsylvania.  I knew nothing about car shows or how they differed from displays, etc.  All I knew was that I wanted to have some classic/hot rod cars on display as entertainment for customers during the Grand Opening.  So I began to search the web, send emails, make phone calls, etc.  I was surprised to find that not many groups/clubs were very welcoming to outsiders.  I eventually found a friendly gentleman who referred me to a couple groups who would do what he called a “Car Display”.  Apparently what I was looking for was a display and I was calling it a show.  So now that I had my lingo down, I contacted the group, visited their website and knew this was the group for us! 


First, the “fee” for the display was a donation to the Fisher House Foundation.  When I did a bit of research, I found that this organization was almost identical to the Ronald McDonald House, except that it was specifically designed to benefit veterans and their families.  Once I realized what we were supporting, I was SOLD!  What a perfect match and a great cause!


As I finalized the details of the “display” with the Cruisin For Heroes team, I realized it was fate.  They were so kind and thorough in the planning, scheduling and organizing of the event.  I couldn’t have asked for a better team of guys to work with!  Their professionalism and enthusiasm for the Fisher House is admirable and inspirational.  I highly recommend Cruisin’ For Heroes!! 

Judy Popov

Marketing Manager

Welburn Management – McDonald’s


Greenfield Senior Living – Veterans Day Display

“Thank you for providing wonderful entertainment for our residents and veterans. We found you very easy to coordinate with and were very accommodating to our resident’s special needs.”

Thank You

Gerry Shier

Director of Community Relations



Lake of the Woods – 4th of July Parade

“It was an honor to have Cruisin For Heroes at the Lake of the Woods Veterans Parade.  The community was blessed to see some of the finest Classic Cars owned by a passionate group of Veteran supporters.  A group dedicating their time and energy helping Military Families.”  

Larry Eiben,

Parade Chairman