Speech to Text for Fundraiser for Paralyzed Veterans of America
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newswatch 12's ashley tsao joins us live from the fairgrounds to explain why this booth's mission is so important. that booth is in the commercial exhibit hall. the building behind me. they're at the fair to advocate for paralyzed veterans and to raise money for their organization. paralyzed veterans of america-vo walk into the commercial exhibit hall and you'll see different booths and vendors. you'll also see a black, 19-70 camaro. that's how the group is raising money. they're selling raffle tickets to win this car. you can buy one of those tickets for ten dollars. or you can get five tickets for forty dollars. one repr esentative tells me he was hurt after he served in the army. he wants to remind people you can still get help even if you are injured while off-duty. we have services for everybody. there's no reason to be downtrodden or on the street because you have a brotherhood and organizations up and down the i-5 corridor that will help. the group will be visiting different fairs throughout the year. you'll figure out if you won that camaro at the marion county fair. that will be happening on july 12 in 20-20. live at the josephine county fairgrounds, ashley tsao, newswatch 12. the federal communications commission