6 Days Left to Win 2 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles and Help Wounded Vete

6 Days Left to Win 2 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles and Help Wounded Veterans

February 18, 2015

6 Days Left to Win 2 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles and Help Wounded Veterans

Have you been putting off entering our Harley-Davidson motorcycles and free gas giveaway? Don't let your procrastination get the best of you!

There are only six days left to show your support for your wounded veterans by entering our Harleys and gas giveaway. It only takes a few minutes to make a long-lasting difference in the lives of our wounded warriors and their military families.

And to show our appreciation for donating to Healing Heroes Network, we are offering free entries to win the motorcycles. With your donation of $40 or more, you'll receive 2 bonus entry tickets. That's two extra chances to win!

When you donate $40 or more, use bonus promo code H4H914 to claim your free chances to win these 2014 Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

You can quickly see how many tickets you will receive at each donation level on our Harleys tickets page. Remember 100% of your donations goes to wounded veterans.

How Your Donation Helps Wounded Veterans

Supporting our troops is easy when you enter to win the GetTheBikes.com giveaway. Your donation goes to support the mission of the Healing Heroes Network - a nonprofit organization supporting military families and wounded veterans.

Healing Heroes Network is a national 501(c)(3) charitable organization, committed to healing America's Heroes by providing financial assistance for quality medical care to military personnel injured in the line of duty in Iraq or Afghanistan since 9/11/01.

Your donation matters and you can make a significant difference in the lives of our brave wounded warriors and their military families.

But, remember, the time to enter to win 2 Harley-Davidson motorcycles is now! If you wait any longer, you might just miss your opportunity to win.

Take a moment to enter right now and you can make an immediate impact on the lives of wounded veterans.

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