Marco Echeuerria of Clear Lake, Texas, has won a custom motorcycle designed by Rick Fairless of Strokers Dallas. Commissioned by Aztec Bolting, the chopper was dubbed “Bad to the Bolt,” and was raffled on July 7. All proceeds have been donated to Legacy Milestones, a charity promoting healthy families and marriages.
“We’re passionate about providing an unmatched level of customer service to our clients,” says Larry Garza III, owner of Aztec, a company that supplies bolting equipment to the windpower industry. “We feel that these custom motorcycles represent the high quality and power of our products. We also truly love benefiting non-profits here in the Houston community. If it supports local families and kids, I’m always eager to get involved. Part of what makes being a business owner so rewarding is that you’re able to invest in great causes and help other folks out.”
Legacy Milestones is a Christian organization that supports and advises parents as they guide their children through every phase from infancy through adulthood. The program is based on Biblical principles of parenting and practical experience, and promotes powerful, loving relationships.
“Bad to the Bolt has a rugged, sleek design,” adds Garza. “In the past I’ve been involved with organizations like Toys for Tots. With this raffle, I’m proud to start a tradition of giving my fellow bikers the chance to win a motorcycle and benefit a great cause while they’re at it.”
Aztec plans to raffle off future choppers for charity, and has already commissioned more custom designed motorcycles from Strokers Dallas. One such commission can be viewed on YouTube here.
In addition, Aztec Bolting will be hosting exhibit booths at a number of upcoming oil, gas, and wind energy events, including South Texas Oilfield Expo, Cline Shale Show in Sweetwater, and Oklahoma Oilfield Expo. More events and details about Aztec can be found at www.AztecBolting.com.
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