Saturday, December 3, 2011


Smart Girl Politics & the 100 Mile Hump Project Set $10,000 Goal

TUCSON, AZ – On Monday, December 12, 2011, Nick Bajema, Mendon Dornbrook
Corey Eck and Trey Terry will embark on a 123-mile journey from the University of Arizona to Arizona State University to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Starting from Old Main building on UA campus, 1200 E University Blvd at 8:00 am Monday, they anticipate arrival at ASU Football Stadium on Friday, December 16.

This is the 3rd Annual 100 Mile Hump to Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization helping veterans injured in the line of duty. For more information on the Wounded Warrior Project

Nick Bajema and Trey Terry are both combat veterans. All four men are currently students at the University of Arizona, in undergraduate and graduate programs. The event will be documented and daily updates available. In Tucson listen to the morning Jon Justice Show on 104.1 FM The Truth www.1041thetruth.comand in Phoenix listen to the Mike Broomhead Show on 550 AM KFYI

For more information on the 100 Mile Hump to Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, please go to the event website at

Donations can be made at: .Smart Girl Politics is pleased to work with the 100 Mile Hump for the second year to organize this event. For more information about Smart Girl Politics, please go to This year’s goal is to raise $10,000 in Arizona for the Wounded Warriors Project.

This event would not be possible without the exclusive sponsorship of Chosin Cycles and Firearms inHuachuca City. This is Chosin’s second year as a sponsor
and supporter of this fundraiser.  Chosin Cycles and Firearms can be reached at:

In addition to the Arizona leg of the 100 Mile Hump, the Founder of the 100 Mile Hump Project, Mark Finelli, a 9/11 World Trade Center survivor and Marine combat veteran, will embark solo on the first Virginia 100 Mile Hump on December 16, 2011 and shadow the Arizona 100 Mile Hump.

Karen Schutte
Smart Girl Politics State Chairperson
Phone 520-877-3230

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