Hupy and Abraham sponsors 2014 Milwaukee Rally and cash giveaway

September 8, 2014

road-glideThe personal injury law firm of Hupy and Abraham, S.C. was the main sponsor for the 2014 Milwaukee Rally and the “Run for Cash” $5,000 cash giveaway. Harley-Davidson riders and supporters headed toward Milwaukee for the largest free motorcycle rally in the Midwest. Geared toward Harley enthusiasts, all brands and riders were welcome to come together and celebrate Harley-Davidson — which was founded in Milwaukee.
The rally had events spanning across five area dealerships and the Harley-Davidson Museum and featured live music, food, and vendors for four days of fun over Labor Day weekend. This year’s rally included a full list of activities that include a bikini bike wash, a pancake breakfast, a free tattoo from Milwaukee Ink and many more fun things to do.
Thursday, August 28, marked the official start of the rally, but a kickoff celebration took place at 5 p.m. Wednesday night at Quaker Steak & Lube in New Berlin. The Harley-Davidson Museum hosted live music and unveiling the 2015 Motorcycle Display Thursday evening. Some of the notable music acts included Tangle Foot and Crazy Mouth.
Hupy and Abraham was the sole sponsor of the popular “Run for Cash” which has a first place prize of $5,000. Riders were able to get a special passport that needs to be stamped at each of the Milwaukee Rally locations. After all five stamps were received, riders were eligible for a drawing where winners were randomly selected.
Milwaukee Rally Locations: Suburban Motors, Milwaukee Harley-Davidson, Hal’s Harley-Davidson, House of Harley-Davidson, Wisconsin Harley-Davidson and the Harley-Davidson Museum.
All activities were free, but patrons could purchase tickets for souvenirs and other items.
As in previous years, Hupy and Abraham, S.C., would remind motorists to “Watch For Motorcycles.” The firm has been telling motorists to “Watch For Motorcycles” for years in an attempt to reduce the number of accidents and injuries to motorcyclists. The campaign has reached over 10 million people through newspaper ads, TV and radio public service announcements, bumper stickers and airplane banners.