Hupy and Abraham to Sponsor 2014 Milwaukee Rally and Cash Giveaway
The annual event takes place at Harley-Davidson dealerships over Labor Day weekend.
The personal injury law firm of Hupy and Abraham, S.C. will be the main sponsor for the 2014 Milwaukee Rally and the “Run for Cash” $5,000 cash giveaway. Harley-Davidson riders and supporters will be heading toward Milwaukee for the largest free motorcycle rally in the Midwest. Geared toward Harley enthusiasts, all brands and riders are welcome to come together and celebrate Harley-Davidson — which was founded in Milwaukee.
The rally has events spanning across five area dealerships and the Harley-Davidson Museum and will feature live music, food, and vendors for four days of fun over Labor Day weekend. This year’s rally will include a full list of activities that include a bikini bike wash, a pancake breakfast, a free tattoo from Milwaukee Ink and many more fun things to do.
Thursday, August 28, marks the official start of the rally, but a kickoff celebration will take place at 5 pm Wednesday night at Quaker Steak & Lube in New Berlin. The Harley-Davidson Museum is hosting live music and unveiling the 2015 Motorcycle Display Thursday evening. Some of the notable music acts include Tangle Foot and Crazy Mouth.
Hupy and Abraham is the sole sponsor of the popular “Run for Cash which has a first place prize of $5,000. Riders will be able to get a special passport that needs to be stamped at each of the Milwaukee Rally locations. After all five stamps are received, riders will be eligible for a drawing where winners will be randomly selected.
Milwaukee Rally Locations: Suburban Motors, Milwaukee Harley-Davidson, Hal’s Harley-Davidson, House of Harley-Davidson, Wisconsin Harley-Davidson and the Harley-Davidson Museum.
All activities are free, but patrons can purchase tickets ranging from $10 to $29 for souvenirs and other items. For more information, visit www.milwaukeerally.com
This weekend especially, Hupy and Abraham, S.C. would like to remind motorists to “Watch For Motorcycles.” The firm has been telling motorists to “Watch For Motorcycles” for years in an attempt to reduce the number of accidents and injuries to motorcyclists. The campaign has reached over 10 million people through newspaper ads, TV and radio public service announcements, bumper stickers and airplane banners. Visit any of the local dealerships this weekend, or Click Here to get your free ‘Watch For Motorcycles” sticker.
Hupy and Abraham, S.C.
Founded in 1969 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, personal injury law firm Hupy and Abraham, S.C. has a proven record of success with large settlements in serious cases, collecting $100s of millions for 1,000s of satisfied clients. The firm has a long-established reputation of providing sound legal representation to accident victims, securing fair compensation for its clients and giving back to the community.
The law firm, which has eleven offices located in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa, handles personal injury cases including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death and pharmaceutical and medical device class actions.
The firm’s 17 experienced attorneys are committed to going above and beyond the call of duty for their clients by tirelessly representing them to the best of their ability while being involved in the local community—from raising funds for local charities to participating in safety and accident prevention initiatives. In the past three years, the firm has donated more than $500,000 to more than 100 worthwhile causes.
Hupy and Abraham, S.C. has received top ratings from a number of national and local professional organizations for many years and was voted Best Personal Injury Lawyers by the readers of the Shepherd Express in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and named Best Personal Injury Law Firm by voters in the WISN A-List poll in 2012 and 2013.
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