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Wheelhouse Foundation Launches LLS Man & Woman of the Year Campaign Support Program with Scott

For Immediate Release: April 6, 2017 (Charlotte, North Carolina) –

Charlotte-based Wheelhouse Media introduces its latest venture, a 501c3 intended to support nonprofits with their content and storytelling needs. The Wheelhouse Foundation makes its debut through a partnership with one of Charlotte’s Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Man & Woman of the Year nominees, Scott Peterson, and via the raffle of a ROUSH Stage III Mustang, through which only 5,010 tickets are available today through May 31st, 2017.

“I am so blessed to be here after 10 years and want to give back as much as I can to LLS and the entire Cancer community. Without LLS and the research they helped fund I have no doubt I would not be here today. We are excited to be partnering with The Wheelhouse Foundation and ROUSH Performance to raise money for such an amazing cause,” said Scott Peterson.

In support of Peterson’s campaign efforts to raise $250,000 or more and celebrate his 10th year in Cancer remission, The Wheelhouse Foundation will host the giveaway, selling only 5,010 tickets at $100 apiece. Tickets can be purchased online as well as through the mail. All proceeds from the giveaway campaign will go directly toward Peterson’s Man of the Year Campaign. The winner will be drawn on June 1st, 2017 and announced at the Man & Woman of the Year Gala at the Westin Uptown on June 3rd, 2017.

About the car:

  1. 2016 Roush Stage III Mustang

  2. 670 Horsepower ROUSHcharged beast

  3. Valued at approximately $75,000

See the Wheelhouse Foundation’s production in support of Remission10.

“Wheelhouse is excited to take a more philanthropic role in the community,” said Wheelhouse Media partner John Allred. “Scott’s a great friend of ours and we can’t think of a better way to launch the Wheelhouse Foundation than through supporting his campaign.”

Visit for more information, read the official rules or click here to buy a raffle ticket.

About Wheelhouse Foundation The Wheelhouse Foundation was created to support not-for-profit entities who do not have the budget, tools, and/or staffing resources to adequately market themselves in an increasingly content-driven media world. As a 501(c)(3) organization, our mission is to provide our expertise in digital content creation to other charitable organizations. We do this through scripting, developing, producing, editing and distributing visual content for not-for-profits, foundations, charitable events and other cause marketers. The Wheelhouse Foundation’s assistance allows an organization to more fully share its story, thereby elevating awareness and enhancing its ability to achieve strategic objectives. While a new foundation, WF has already worked with such prominent organizations as SHARE Charlotte, the LLS of Charlotte, Denny Hemlin Foundation, Greg Olsen’s The Heartest Yard, Dream on 3 and the Carolinas Healthcare Foundation.

About Wheelhouse Media is a team of producers, directors, creatives, writers, editors, motion graphics / animators, marketers and technologists with a deep and diverse array of production, brand and agency experience. Our business is representative of the convergence of strategy, ideation & execution in broadcast, digital and filmmaking. As a result, our body of work includes commercial / corporate projects as well as motion design / virtual reality projects with big brands, directly, (including Ashley Furniture, Bank of America, Belk, blu eCigs, Charlotte Hornets, Duke Energy, Ritz-Carlton, Red Classic, WCNC-TV NBC Charlotte, The Ivey’s Hotel, the band Saint Motel…) as well as, in partnership with other leading agencies that has led to work with brands like Bojangles’, NC Tourism, Wells Fargo Championship, American Tire Distributors, Assa Abloy, Dunlop Aircraft Tyre, Abbott Pharmaceuticals, Bosch, Valvoline to name a few.

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