On Sunday, June 5, 2016 Milwaukee’s iconic Five O’Clock Steakhouse will kick off a series of summer events and fundraisers by hosting a Vintage Car Show Benefiting Dryhootch Milwaukee and Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative. —
From 12-4pm, guests can peruse the collection of vintage and custom cars assembled in Five O’Clock’s private lot. Authentic Mexican cuisine will be served by Milwaukee's popular food truck, El Comedor. Five O’Clock Steakhouse will be mixing up summer cocktails and beverages. Guests can enjoy live music and special guest performances throughout the afternoon.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to two local veterans organizations. Dryhootch Milwaukee provides peer support, employment and assistance for returning military and their families. The Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative helps at-risk veterans obtain housing, medical care, food and necessities.
Admission is free; $20 suggested donations will be accepted.
Guests who donate $20 to either veterans' organizations at the event will receive a $20 promotional certificate good for a future Five O'Clock Steakhouse visit.
“102.1's (WLUM-FM) John Adler will broadcast live from the event and give away Summerfest tickets,” said Stelio Kalkounos, Managing Partner of Five O’Clock Steakhouse. “Support our local veterans . Bring family and friends out for an afternoon of classic automobiles, food, live music and fun!”
Owners interested in showcasing their cars can register them for free by emailing email@example.com.
Visit www.fiveoclocksteakhouse.com or call 414-342-3553 for more information.
About Five O’Clock Steakhouse
Five O’ Clock Steakhouse, formerly Coerper’s Five O’ Clock Club, has been a family-owned and independently operated Milwaukee staple since 1948, serving the finest steaks paired with outstanding service. Five O’Clock has been named “One of America’s Best Steakhouses” by TV host Rachael Ray, TravelandLeisure.com and was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Steak Paradise 3.” The Alley Cat Lounge features free live music weekly, classic cocktails and a 1940’s retro-lounge ambience.
About Dryhootch Milwaukee
Dryhootch is a nonprofit 501c3 organization formed by combat Veterans to help Veterans by providing peer support, employment and critical services for returning military and their families. Dryhootch was envisioned as a place where Veterans could gather informally in a safe, comfortable, drug-and-alcohol-free environment. The organization operates a coffee house located at 1030 E. Brady St. in Milwaukee. More information can be found at http://dryhootch.org/
About Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative
Founded and run by veterans, MHVI's mission is to enable homeless and at-risk veterans to reach and maintain their highest levels of independence. Since 2008 we have helped more than 2,600 veterans and their families in southeastern Wisconsin to obtain benefits, housing, health care, furniture, household goods, food, clothing, transportation, toiletries and other necessities. http://www.mkehomelessvets.org
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