Viper Club of America!
Posted on our Facebook Page by Mallory Moylan Viper Club of America
This group has shown me the true purpose of Facebook. I posted a simple message in this group asking for a recommendation for a Viper rental, little did I know what would come to fruition.
My father, a true hero and fighter has been battling cancer for quite some time, and in an attempt to lift his spirits, I thought a manly ride in a Viper might do the trick.
With the help of this group, and some amazing people I have tagged, my father not only got to ride in a Dodge Viper, but he truly had the experience of a lifetime. When I say that these men went above and beyond, words cannot describe the kindness they have shown to my father, myself and my family.
Sitting on the front lawn this morning I told my father he had a little surprise headed his way. What came next was truly breath taking. Not one, not two, not even three, but six, yes that’s right, six Vipers pulled up to the Moylan household.
Now my dads been pretty tired recently, but when he saw this group pull up, the look on his face was one that I will never forget.
After taking in the initial shock, he walked the line of cars checking out the engines, tires and interiors. His one and only ask, I want to go fast
Not only did he experience an amazing ride in a quite a few of these beautiful cars, but these men, just a few minutes prior strangers, rode my father to a memorial to pay their respects to the Veterans who have lost their lives fighting for our country.
Now I could go on and on describing this experienece, but I will let these pictures do the talking. So please enjoy the pictures and videos attached.
Bobby Ricigliano who coordinated everything about this event, you have no idea how much your kindness has affected myself, my family and most importantly my father.
To all these awesome humans who truly gave my father the experience of a lifetime, I truly have no words, except thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Rebecca Stekl Andersen
Ryan James & wife
I am overwhelmed and truly grateful for everything about this experience, this is what our veterans fought for, helping others and being kind. Thank you Viper Club of America for making this possible.