In honor of Memorial Day and in recognition of the brave individuals who have served in the US military, Schomp Automotive is dedicating the entire month of May to honor the members of our Armed Forces.
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To support The Danny Dietz Foundation, Schomp Automotive is hosting The Schomp Military Workout - a Military Inspired Boot Camp event open to the public. The event will take place on the Schomp MINI rooftop deck on the morning of Sunday, May 26th.
The Schomp Military Workout will be followed by a tour of duty run through the Schomp campus and surrounding trails. There will be multiple flights for different levels of physical abilities: one for those who prefer a challenging session and another for those who want to take a more relaxed approach with a lighter workout.
Schomp Automotive has joined forces with the Danny Dietz Foundation, a local organization whose goal is to create awareness and community improvement by training and mentoring at-risk youth.
In addition to the proceeds from the event, Schomp Automotive is supporting The Danny Dietz Foundation with a $5,000 donation.
If you’d like to participate in this event, you can sign-up for more infromation below. We invite everyone to join us for this honorable cause for country and community.
A donation is required by those who would like to participate. All proceeds from the event will be donated directly to The Danny Dietz Foundation.
Enjoy complementary food and drinks after your workout.
The Danny Dietz Foundation is dedicated to enriching the lives of youth and young adults through strenuous mental and physical activities designed to create U.S. citizens who are engaged and contributing members of their communities.
Heritage High School Graduate
Danny Dietz is a local hero who grew up in Littleton, CO. He graduated from Heritage High School and eventually became a NAVY SEAL during his tenure in the US NAVY. Danny heroically lost his life in Afghanistan on June 28, 2005 while serving in a four man Special Reconnaissance mission.
Operating in the middle of an enemy-controlled area in extremely rugged terrain, Petty Officer Dietz fought valiantly against a numerically superior and positionally advantaged enemy force. Remaining behind in a hailstorm of enemy fire, he was wounded by enemy fire. Despite his injuries, he bravely fought on, defending his teammates and himself in a harrowing gunfight until he was mortally wounded.