With the Fall Carlisle Collector Car Auction planned for Sept. 30-Oct. 1 at the Carlisle Expo Center, the Carlisle Auctions team has formed a partnership with Harley’s Haven Dog Rescue and the Pups for Vets cause to support each organization, the company announced.
As part of the all-truck hour on September 30 in the 4 p.m. hour, proceeds from the sale of a 1952 Ford F3 truck will go directly to the group. Harley’s Haven Dog Rescue is a non-profit based in the Philadelphia area that fosters dogs of all breeds and age and works directly with Pups for Vets. Pups for Vets covers all fees associated with the placement of pups with other veterans.
“My father served in Vietnam and my grandfather in World War II. They were my heroes. Their profound love for dogs was my inspiration to do what we’re doing,” said Pups for Vets co-founder John Beagle. “Placing dogs in need of a forever home with a veteran who also has needs has worked out great so far. I am looking forward to the sale of this truck as part of the Fall Carlisle Auction. These dollars will go a long way in supporting Harley’s Haven Dog Rescue and our Pups for Vets cause.”
“Thank you to Harley’s Haven Dog Rescue and to Pups for Vets for all that you do,” said Tony Cline, director of Auction Operations. “We’re excited to share that all buyer and seller fees associated with this 1952 Ford F3 will be waived and dollars earned will go to a great cause.”