Planet Ford Donates Truck for Vehicles for Vets

vehicles for vets houston fordRandall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble, Texas (on Hwy. 59) believes in giving back to those who serve our communities and our country. In honor of our brave men and women, the Planet Ford locations present the Spring Music Festival Vehicles for Vets!

“The Reed and Planet Ford families are seeking nominations for wounded warriors in need of and deserve to win a Ford F-150 truck,” said Randall Reed, owner of Planet Ford and World Class Automotive Group. “We want to say thank you and recognize our military heroes for all they have done for our country. Proving a vehicle is the least we can do.”

The Spring Texas Music Fest Ford F-150 will be given away during the event on July 23rd at the Barback Bar & Icehouse located at 19940 Kuyendahl in Spring, TX. The festival will feature an incredible line up including: Jason Cassidy, Charlie Robison, Scooter Brown Band, Rick Trevino, Jody Booth, Jon Wolfe, Josh Ward, Jerrett Zoch & OSR, and Jackson Taylor and the Sinners.

The Spring Music Fest helps to restore and renew hope for our wounded service members and their families through financial support. Overseas deployments and combat action can take a serious toll on everyone involved, from the men and women on the front lines to the friends and families who wait patiently for their loved ones to return home.

For those who know a wounded veteran that deserves a vehicle, they are invited to nominate their military hero via the Planet Ford Vehicles for Vet essay contest online.

How It Works:

  1. Fill out the online form at (See site for rules.)
  2. Submit a 1,500 word essay about a current or veteran of any branch of the military
  3. Share why that individual deserves a Ford truck
  4. Submit a photo of the individual
  5. Finalist will be contacted

To purchase tickets to the charitable Spring Texas Music Fest, log on to For information about Planet Ford in Spring or Planet Ford in Humble, go to

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