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Jay Leno entertains as Stahls museum presents ‘Hat Trick for Heroes’


Row of classic cars at Stahls Automotive Museum | Larry Edsall photos

Jay Leno will help kick off Hat Trick for Heroes festivities with a special performance during the Stahls’ Automotive Foundation’s charity gala  November 10. The gala is part of the Stahls museum’s three-day event celebrating heritage, heroes and hockey.

“Both my father and brother are veterans, and we have many more family members who have served or are still serving today” said Ted Stahl, Executive Chairman of the Board of GroupeSTAHL, a family owned buisness. “Our way of life would not be possible without them, and I am proud to show our support.”

1948 Tucker Torpedo at museum

The three-day event builds on the annual Veterans Day Open House held at the museum in Chesterfield, Michigan.

In addition to Leno’s performance, attendees will be able to see the foundation’s collection of vintage vehicles and music machines and enjoy a cocktail reception and dinner. Tickets are available online. 

Proceeds from the event will be matched by the Stahl family to benefit Michigan’s Disabled American Veterans.

The gala will be followed by the annual Veterans Day Open House on November 11, when veterans, current service members and their families to tour the museum for free and take part in a special remembrance for fallen and wounded soldiers at 11:11 a.m.

The final day of the event, November 12, features a charity hockey game between Team Stahls and the Detroit Red Wings Alumni.

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