American Racing Headers Hosts ‘A Hemi for Heroes’ at Military Base in Kuwait

Jan 10, 2020

American Racing Headers (ARH) visited the troops at Camp Arifjan, a United States Army base located in Kuwait that houses more than 16,000 service members from four branches of the military. ARH brought a full day of fun with the PriuSRT8 at the ‘A Hemi for Heroes’ event on Sunday. The event included tire-smoking burnouts and a big ARH sponsored cookout.

“With our military-themed livery, combined with comedy on display everywhere you look, not to mention 1,100 glorious Hellcat-powered horsepower under the hood, the PriuSRT8 [generated] some great laughs and lasting memories for our troops,” says Nick Filippides, CEO of American Racing Headers. “We are extremely proud to have this rare opportunity to give a little something back to those that will sacrifice all to preserve our American way of life. For the American Racing Headers team, nothing we’ve done in the past can measure up to this, and we can’t be more humble or grateful. We also salute those who helped clear the way for the ‘A Hemi For Heroes’ event.”

The PriuSRT8 was featured on Jay Leno’s Garage, displayed at SEMA in Las Vegas, raced on Detroit’s Woodward Ave during Roadkill Nights, and put on display at the New York Auto Show.