A Unique SkrapperStyle Presentation of Fine Art and Fashion

,Schenck Fuels, Back Lot,
East Hampton, New York NY 11937
212-861-1945

Please join world renowned celebrity artist William Quigley, pioneer hybrid artist Ben Moon, veterans, including former U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant Josh Krueger, award-winning actress Julianne Michelle,

Vanity Fair’s Bob Colacello, Soldier Ride co-founders Nick Kraus, Chris Carney, Dan Tooker, Teki Vakaloloma, Peter Honercamp (Stephen Talkhouse owner), Sports Illustrated swimsuit designer Gabriela Pires, singer Donovan Frankenreiter, models, and more for a runway show and art exhibition to raise awareness for wounded veterans, our HEROES, and the battles they combat upon returning home. All artwork and clothing will be for sale with a generous portion going to the American Patriot Support Foundation and Soldier Ride, a Wounded Warrior Project.

One-of-a-kind pieces and never before seen work by multiple artists including William Quigley, Ben Moon, and Gabriela Pires will be available for purchase. William Quigley, who has sold his prized art to former President Bill Clinton, former Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jordan, Eminem, Woody Allen, Kevin Spacey, Donald Trump, and many more, will debut his 2001 portrait of President George Bush and his exquisite portrait of “American Sniper” solider Chris Kyle.

*Thank you to Hampton Seafood Company, Casamigos Tequila, and Liqs cocktail shot, and our other generous sponsors for making this event possible.

TV producer-director Dominic Musacchio of “VICE” will be filming the event for a new collaboration with William Quigley and SkrapperStyle.

6 PM RECEPTION & ART SHOW

7 PM FASHION RUNWAY

62 Newtown Lane, Schenck Fuels, Back Lot, East Hampton, NY 11937

For press inquiries and RSVPs please contact:

Amanda Carlton acarlton@nullsupernovamedia.net, 212-861-1945

About American Patriot Support Foundation:

Founded Troy McCleery and Josh Krueger, a former U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant who lost one of his eyes due to an IED explosion in Iraq, the APSF aims to give combat veterans a family who share the same ideals, bridge the divide between the civilian and military vets, assist with PTSD issues, decrease the suicide rate among veterans, and promote overall mental and physical fitness through non clinical initiatives.

About Soldier Ride:

Soldier Ride is a unique four-day cycling opportunity for wounded service members and veterans to use cycling and the bonds of service to overcome physical, mental, or emotional wounds. The rides are exhilarating and a great way to help warriors gain confidence and realize you can do this!

About Survivability Services International:

The mission of Survivability Services is to Increase the survivability profile of Military Personnel, Law Enforcement Officers, and Private Clients in All-Hazard Risks both natural and man-made through the manufacture and supply of equipment, tools and accessories, by strategic assessment, preparedness planning, and tactical training.