Man Of The Year
In his presentation, the NSRA’s Jon Stroud pointed out that, before Chuck ever got involved in Street Rodding and Classics, he had spent his advertising career writing TV, Radio and Print ads at Leo Burnett Agency in Chicago. As V.P. Creative Director, Chuck authored campaigns for Union 76, General Motors, 9-Lives, Kellogg’s, Nestle, Pepsico, McDonald’s, Allstate, Kraft, Fisher Nuts, Oldsmobile, GMC and Keebler. Since leaving Burnett, among other products, he has plied his Burnett experience on specialty automotive producst and services including, CleanTools (Absorber), Merlin 200,000 Mile Shops (formerly Merlin Muffler and Brake), Fireman’s Friend, Glosser, Union 76 Truckstops, and 76 Racing Gasoline.
We are proud of our brother Chuck … almost as proud as we are of our Warriors and their families for what they do day in and day out!
So far, two magazines have published articles about the construction of the car … Street Rodder and StreetScene.
Metal of Honor subject of Jay Leno’s Garage episode.
You can see the entire episode at Board member Chuck Caswell was interviewed at the renowned SEMA Show in Las Vegas back in November 2009 by Road & Track Radio. You can listen to the entire program by linking onto Fred Rudy and Chuck Caswell got to meet the King of late night TV himself. Jay interviewed Chuck as part of the 9 minute feature.You can see the entire episode at:
Metal of Honor subject of Fox News Channel interview
This link will get you to the nice interview that Fox News reporter Mike Tobin did with Chuck Caswell.
This link will get you to an interview done with Board Member/Build Team Volunteer Fred Rudy and Destination Arizonareporter Lauren Burgoyne.
The IronMen Foundation is “On the Air”.
Foundation donors decided to participate in Chicago’s WIND Radio- 560AM “Feed the Children” Christmas charity drive. Because of their generosity to “Feed the Children”, WIND Radio awarded the donors 40 radio commercial placements during any 4 week period in 2013. The donors then donated their 40 radio commercials to The IronMen Foundation. Throughout December of 2013 the foundation aired a commercial called “When I Grow Up”. Give it a listen and see if it doesn’t move your heart toward the plight of so many of our military children.