Congratulations to Nolan Engel, Ticket #4658229. Tim gets the 1950 Orange Crush Chevy Truck/Harley Combo!
To reduce the incidence of drunk driving and its consequences through promotion and awareness to the mainstream in malls, major events, annual tours and the media.
B.A.D.D. is a 35-year-old community organization.
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My twin brother, Michael Trusty (Navy Seabee First Class) was in a motorcycle accident while riding his 2019 Harley Davidson Street Glide Special (blacked out) to Norfolk Base in Virginia Beach, VA on November 4, 2019. He had recently purchased his bike for Harley of New Orleans around Memorial Day in May 2019. He was headed to work when a 16 year old girl turned left into his left side on the bike. My brother and his bike landed approximately 20 feet (or more) away from the accident site. He was unconscious when the EMTs arrived.
Congratulations to Tim Strouse! Ticket number 3805738, Tim wins $10,000 and is still in for the grand prize drawing for the combo.
Congratulations to Jeff King of Calgary Alberta! Ticket number 4039651 Jeff wins $10,000 and is still in for the grand prize drawing for the combo.
Congratulations to Kelly Close, Ticket #3070549. He chose the Black 1950 Chevy and Harley Combo! So the Orange 1950 Chevy Combo goes for next year’s grand prize along with other options to be unveiled soon!
This group is highly focused on getting the message out. Recently lost a local Northern VA couple riding two-up when a drunk driver turned left in front of them. This has got to stop. Too many bikers and friends in cages have had serious contact/encounters with drunk or distracted drivers. I stand behind B.A.D.D. and […]
My boyfriend lost his leg to a drunk driver on Galveston Island, we had ridden down there with friends for the weekend. This is the first I’ve seen of this organization but I will put my support behind it 100%. With every ones help we can put an end to bikers and others alike from […]
Years ago my brother was hit by a drunk driver. 3 days in the ICU and we got him back, but he was never the same. B.A.D.D shares a clear and uncompromising message. Don’t drink and drive. Bike, cage, whatever. We’ve said goodbye to too many brothers and sisters because of this stupid act.