JOHN CENA AUTOGRAPH SIGNING / CAR SHOW FUNDRAISER 8/14!
UPDATED:  Thursday, August 5th, 2010 * 12:27AM





























JOHN CENA AUTOGRAPH SESSION / CAR SHOW FUNDRAISER
To Benefit the Lt. Kenny Fowler Foundation
Saturday, August 14th, 2010 -- (rain date August 15th)
Pentucket Regional High School - Rt 113 (22 Main St.) - West Newbury, MA
1PM Car Show -- Free Admission!


Look for a special video from MWF President John Cena Sr. in early August.  NOTE:  the Millennium Wrestling Federation is not promoting this event, yet spreading the word about this tremendous fundraiser for the Cena family to help the Lt. Kenny Fowler Foundation.


AUTOGRAPHS WITH WWE SUPERSTAR JOHN CENA:
Autograph tickets must be purchased in advance on-site from 9AM-10:30AM (there are a limited number of tickets available so get there early!).  There is a $15 donation for the autograph ticket and all donations go to the Lt. Kenny Fowler Foundation.  Autograph signing will begin at 11AM and end at 1PM.  NO PERSONAL ITEMS WILL BE SIGNED DUE TO THE LIMITED TIME ALLOTTED. 

RAFFLE FOR THE 1969 CHEVY CHEVELLE:
A 1969 mint Chevy Chevelle off.  Tickets are $100 each and only 500 are being sold.  Tickets are selling fast so don't be left out!  YOU could be driving this beautiful car home!  Raffle tickets can be purchased at the West Newbury Police Department at the dispatch desk as you walk in.  If there are any remaining, you may also purchase them at the car show the day of the event.  Last year all 500 were sold out BEFORE the event.

OTHER ACTIVITIES:
Food, music & drink.  Awards for the loudest car, the car most likely to be pulled over and the Cena Award as determined by Daniel & John Cena.

REASON FOR THIS CAR SHOW:
Kenny Fowler was a Lt. on the volunteer West Newbury Fire Department and was stricken with a massive heart attack at the age of 34, passing away in his home.  Kenny loved cars and rebuilt many as well as repair them for friends and family.  Kenny was the type of friend you could call up at 2AM and say "my car won't start" or "I'm broken down" and he would be there.  He was one of a kind, always there for anyone that needed help or was just stuck.  So, in memory of him, last year was the first car show with an attendance of well over 3,000 with cars from both in and out of state.