Cozad scoots for loot for Festival of Hope-Tom Cozad
Tom Cozad, owner of Creative Signs by Cozad, offers a Coca-Cola. Cozad sold Cokes as a fundraiser for Festival of Hope from his refurbished Cushman motor scooter this summer.
Cozad scoots for loot for Festival of Hope-checks
Tom and Donna Cozad, of Creative Signs by Cozad, presented Festival of Hope’s LeeAnn Grasmick and Darlene Tagler, with $1,704 last week. The Cozads raised the funds at summer festivals, driving in their Cushman and selling Coca-Cola. Kim Flaherty, left, of US Bank, donated $463.22 from US Bank sales raised during an Oregon Trail Days barbecue.
Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 3:30 am
Updated: 10:38 am, Tue Oct 2, 2012.
Over the summer months, a Gering businessman collected funds for Festival of Hope, a dollar at a time.
Tom Cozad, known for always having a project under way at anytime, refurbished a Cushman scooter he had located in Colorado. The Cushman company started in Lincoln, but stopped producing scooters in 1965, according to Internet sources. The three-wheeled scooters were used by the military for messenger services and by businesses offering delivery services.
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Tuesday, October 2, 2012 3:30 am.
Updated: 10:38 am.