Sons of Anarchy Cast Supports The Boot Campaign

Sons of Anarchy Season 4 DVDCast members from FX’s addictive, critically acclaimed series Sons of Anarchy will be participating in the 2nd Annual Boot Ride and Rally kicking off on August 26th at the Route 66 Classic Grill in Canyon Country, CA. The ride is in support of The Boot Campaign, a military non-profit organization that helps military personnel heal from “physical and emotional combat wounds.” The ride begins at 10:30am and ends at 3pm with a rally at The Happy Ending Bar & Restaurant in Hollywood where Blackberry Smoke will perform.
Commenting on SoA‘s involvement, Theo Rossi said, “I support the Boot Campaign for what they give to those who give so much for our country every day. The first year of the Boot Ride was an amazing experience. Seeing people come out from all over, ride and, most importantly, put on their boots, was an inspiration. This year can only be better than the last. It’s an honor to be part of this movement.”
20th Century Fox Entertainment is one of the event’s sponsors and will be donating 250 copies of Sons of Anarchy Season 4 on DVD.
Tickets for the after-ride event can be purchased by non-riders for $25.
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Details on how you can get involved, courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment:
BUY YOUR BOOTS – It wouldn’t be a Boot Ride without the official Boot Campaign footwear!
BUY YOUR RIDE – ONLINE registration ONLY for riders and passengers. The fee is $150 per person (rider or passenger), which includes entry into both the Ride and Rally, Boot Ride 2012 t-shirt, Boot Ride 2012 commemorative patch, Mirror tag – Boot Ride 2012 bandana, Rally wristband, BBQ lunch at Route 66 Classic Grill.
BUY YOUR RALLY – The Rally gates open at 3pm Sunday afternoon at The Happy Ending Bar & Restaurant parking lot. Admission is $25 and includes a live performance by Blackberry Smoke, plus appearances by cast members of FX’s hit show Sons of Anarchy and other celebs.
More on The Boot Campaign:
The Boot Campaign is a grassroots military appreciation and veteran awareness campaign started by five women from Texas, known as the Boot Girls. The Boot Girls launched the Boot Campaign in 2009 to spread awareness of the needs of military personnel returning home from combat and express gratitude to current military. Through the sale of military combat boots, the BootCampaign donates proceeds to a group of partner charities that work with soldiers healing from a variety of physical and emotional combat wounds, embodying the campaign motto that, “When They Come Back, We Give Back”.
Source: 20th Century Home Entertainment
Posted by Rebecca Murray