TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)– The Wabash Valley Jeep Junkies hosted a “Going Topless for PINK” event Saturday around Terre Haute.
Jeep owners set up shop in the historic 12 Points neighborhood to raise money for breast cancer survivors. There was live music, food, vendors, and a silent auction.
Brian Calvert, a Jeep Junkies member, said he was just happy to be able to help others similar to his dog, Dixie, who is a globally recognized support animal.
“To be able to help people that you know need our help, even that’s what her life is dedicated to, is helping people,” Brain began. “So, just to be here and to help however we can if it’s just by her being here to raise some money to get people to come and see her and spend their money for this organization. That’s what she does, that’s her purpose in life is to help people, so works out great for us, And to have jeeps involved is even better.”
Dixie is a therapy dog for veterans and children.