Military Mustang is sure to dazzle at Diamonds and Donuts Car Show debut

Wrap for a Cause drives awareness of veterans’ suicide prevention with car transformed into tank

Wrap for a cause revs up support for military veterans battling depression and substance dependence by debuting a one-of-a-kind, tank-inspired 2013 GT Ford Mustang, owned by Alexandra (Alex) Stone, at the hottest car show in South Florida. The Diamonds and Donuts Car Show and Toy Drive hosted by Diamonds by Raymond Lee features exotic and vintage vehicles.

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Wrap for a Cause raised fund and awareness for veterans’ suicide prevention by showing a 2013 Ford Mustang GT covered in military-themed decals and the hashtag #Wrap4Veterans at the Diamonds and Donuts Car Show and Toy Drive.

Diamonds and Donuts Car Show and Toy Drive will take place Sunday, Dec. 16, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Diamonds by Raymond Lee jewelry store located at 2801 N. Federal Highway in Boca Raton.

Wrap for a Cause has partnered with the Lutz Live to Tell Foundation to help raise funds and awareness to ensure veterans have a bright future free from mental illness, self-harm and drug dependence. Janine Lutz created the Broward County-based nonprofit in honor of her son, U.S. Marines Lance Cpl. Janos V. Lutz, who served in both Afghanistan and Iraq and took his own life due to the detrimental effects of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and overprescribed medication. The Mustang is traveling to car shows with the goal of showomg the gritty and stylish vehicle in as many veteran-supportive venues as possible.

The mission of Wrap for a Cause is to help local and national nonprofit organizations create awareness with a memorable, viral campaign that raises funds and awareness using vehicle wraps. Interested sponsors of the Lutz Live to Tell Foundation Wrap for a Cause holiday campaign, or interested organizations may visit wrapforacause.org or call 888-392-9729.

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