MÖTLEY CRÜE, KISS Members Help Raise $5,000 For Make-A-Wish Foundation

On the eve of the August 25 MÖTLEY CRÜE/KISS in Tulsa, Oklahoma as part of "The Tour", Vince Neil (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Gene Simmons (KISS) and Gene's wife, Shannon Tweed, showed their support for Jim Glover Chevrolet's Make-A-Wish Oklahoma benefit by attending the event, which hosted over 400 fans. Because of the combined efforts from all involved, the event raised over $5,000 in a couple hours. Jim Glover Chevrolet matched what was raised to make it a total of $10,000 for Make-A-Wish Oklahoma chapter.

Make-A-Wish is the nation's largest wish-granting organization. Since 1980, it has given hope, strength and joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions. From its humble beginnings with one boy's wish to be a police officer, it has evolved into an organization that grants a child's wish in the U.S. every 40 minutes.


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