High Five Tour raises awareness for Wounded Warriors

 

Amanda Tafolla-Sutton

Tristen Fischer signs the Wounded Warriors Family Support's Shelby Mustang Friday at Sapp Bros. Travel Center.

Wounded Warriors Family Support (WWFS) is on the road for its seventh annual High Five Tour in an effort to raise money and awareness for veteran programs.

WWFS is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for the families of veterans wounded in combat. The High Five Tour is organized by the WWFS, as a four month tour, to raise money and awareness across the country.

Sapp BrothersTravel Center hosted the tour in Sidney Friday, while it made its way across the state.

Penny Borcher, General Manager of the Sidney Sapp Bros. said, the entire Sapp Bros. chain pa...



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