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2nd Annual Mustang Stampede offers chance to honor and support wounded Marine

Fueled by the love of the American Classic, the Ford Mustang, True Blue Racing Parts, a division of Fred Beans Ford of Boyertown, will host its 2nd Annual Mustang Stampede from 10am to 2pm this Saturday, June 23, at Fred Beans Collision Center in Boyertown.

Nothing illuminates the expression “All-American” like the rumbles that emerge row after row from virtually every generation of Ford Mustang.

Combine that Mustang aura with such American traditions as food, live music and community togetherness and you have the perfect setting in which to honor and raise support for one young “All-American” hero, wounded U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Timothy Donley.

The Donley family after Tim was honored with the Purple Heart medal

Partners Dennis Malloy, general manager of Ford of Boyertown, and Fred Beans, president of the Fred Beans Family of Dealerships, share a strong belief in giving back to their local community. In fact, they make it an essential part of their everyday operations.

Donations for the Donley family are greatly appreciated and will be collected at the event.

A scene from last summer's Mustang Stampede at the collision center

The Mustang Stampede, which is open to the general public at no charge, features not only dozens of Mustangs but also raffles, giveaways, “dyno runs” and “caught red-handed by the police” photos.

Enter your beloved Mustang show car for $10, and you can pre-register online. The first 30 registrations will receive a free dash plaque, and the top pick in each class is presented with a People’s Choice award.

Come on out this Saturday to get your Mustang fix, show off your own Mustang, meet fellow aficionados, enjoy a great family event in your community – and celebrate, honor and support the valor of Tim Donley in a classic, All-American way.

Read Tim’s story here

Thanks, Amber Nesspor, service associate at Fred Beans Ford of Boyertown, for this post.