From Orange Amps:
“Last October (2013) Orange donated a customized Rockerverb 100 MKII and (2) PPC412 Speaker Cabs to Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare. Throughout the month, people attending the event would enter a raffle ($5 fee per entry) in hopes of winning the full stack. In total, more than $5000 was raised to benefit Puppy Rescue Mission, a charity that’s very close to Rob Zombie’s heart.”
Rob Zombie ‘Counting Cars’ truck up for auction on ebay on October 23 – proceeds to benefit Puppy Rescue Mission
Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare is auctioning Rob’s custom macabre-style 1967 Ford F-100 truck for charity. Rob donated the truck–as seen on HISTORY®’s Counting Cars–for the charity auction which will benefit The Puppy Rescue Mission (www.thepuppyrescuemission.org).
The Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare charity auction will take place from Wednesday, October 23 at 8:00 PM PT to Saturday, November 2 at 8:00 PM PT at http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/unitetheunited or eBay Keywords: “Rob Zombie Charity Truck.” (more…)
In just a few days, Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare opens in Pomona, to scare and entertain the masses who will attend. Zombie himself will be playing the closing night of the event before embarking on a US tour with Korn. He speaks to Radio.com ahead of this to talk about his 2 week Halloween festival The Great American Nightmare, his upcoming film “Broad Street Bullies” and The Puppy Rescue Mission.
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Rob Zombie is donating the badass Counting Cars truck, as seen in July, to The Puppy Rescue Mission. The mission, helps dogs rescued by soldiers while on their tour of duty – animals that not only give the soldiers much needed bonds, but whom have also saved the soldiers. Says Rob: “… soldiers in Afghanistan would find these dogs and bond with them and sneak them on the bases, even though they weren’t supposed to have them. It was probably the only moment of sanity for these guys, when they spent time with them….But they weren’t allowed to take them home, and if they could, it was so expensive. That was a cause I could really understand and get behind.”
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