This is something we all can respect and even help out with

Everyone has their own way of showing support, to let others know how much we appreciate what our men and women in the armed forces do, for our country, every minute of the day. They lay their lives on the line protecting our freedom, and sadly some of them fall. Bismarck's Robbie Wagner has entered a contest, not just for self-gain, but to help out a great cause AND make sure that we never forget our fallen.

"Build Your Dream Chopper" - Voting ends TONIGHT

Robbie saw this a while back on Facebook and immediately wanted to get involved. You can check it out right here -  -

"The Dream Chopper competition supports the HVSPCA, a no-kill animal shelter near and dear to the hearts of Paul Teutul Sr. and his family. Your purchased votes for Robbie Wagner helps us contribute to the fight against animal abuse by providing caring services for each animal while actively finding forever homes for them"

You can cast one vote FREE. At Noon today, Robbie was in 5th place ( he has no idea how close he is to the top vote-getter ) The voting ends tonight. S make sure you tell everyone to get on an cast your vote, make Bismarck proud!

Winner will receive their Dream Chopper, personally designed by Paul Teutal Sr., and be featured in an upcoming episode alongside the Orange County Choppers team!

Here is my favorite part, Robbie was asked a couple of questions - 1) "Why are you competing?" 2) "Where would you take your chopper on the open road?"

His answers were perfect - 1) "I would like a tribute chopper for the Marine brothers we lost in Iraq". 2) "I would show their families so they can see they're not forgotten"

Good luck Robbie - Win or lose you showed a lot of class!

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