Joel Ayres Promises "Chrome Dome" if $5,000 is Raised to Benefit SEMA Cares Charities at SEMA Installation Banquet and Gala Fundraiser August 1, 2009.
Joel Ayres, SEMA board member and Chairman of the SEMA Cares committee, has a habit of making promises when it comes to his support of charities. This time, the benefits will extend beyond the donations.
In an "I dare you" conversation, Ayres has committed to shaving his head for the SEMA Installation Banquet in Pasadena on August 1st in exchange for $5,000 in donations to the SEMA Cares charities. Child Help and Victory Junction charities have been the beneficiaries of Ayres work for many years and those who know Ayres knows of his strong dedication and commitment to children. The SEMA Cares Committee, established by the SEMA Board of Directors in 2007, aims to bring the voice and resources of the SEMA community together to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Childhelp and Victory Junction are this years charities.
Boys will be boys and the performing of the skinhead ritual on Ayres will take place after the Board Meeting on Friday, July 31st. A video documenting this historical event will be available at SEMA.org. For information on how to donate, contact Mike Spagnola at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the link below to donate online to help the kids.
The "Chrome Dome" challenge is held in conjunction with the SEMA Installation Banquet and Gala Fundraiser to be held August 1, 2009. For more information regarding the event please contact Lisa Moreno email@example.com or 909.396.0289.