Exhibiting at Power Gen 2018 Turned into Quite the Ride for Aaron Equipment

by AaronEquipmentCo10. December 2018 09:27
Aaron Equipment Company Exhibited at Power Gen International 2018 in Orlando Florida on December 4 - 6, 2018. The show was a huge success for the company and featured a booth that highlighted Aaron’s inpact on the Power Industry as well as some historical nostalgia of the company itself. [More]

American Chopper is being revived by Discovery Channel

by AaronEquipmentCo6. December 2017 12:38
After five years off the air, Discovery Channel is reviving the iconic motorcycle-construction reality series American Chopper. The famously feuding father-son team of Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. are back on board as the show’s bike-building craftsmen. In the new show, the duo “set out reclaim their preeminent bike brands and – hopefully, rebuild some sort of relationship … with A-list celebrities, world famous athletes and Forbes 100 businesses as clients, millions of dollars and their brands’ reputations are on the line with every signature build.” [More]

Gov. Pat Quinn Supports Special Kids Network and the Blackhawk Chopper

by AaronEquipmentCo15. February 2011 15:18
Last night at Riva Navy Pier - Governor Pat Quinn supports the Special Kids Network as he poses on the Chicago Blackhawk Chopper.

Chicago Blackhawk Chopper Visits Total Hockey

by AaronEquipmentCo17. January 2011 10:34
The Special Kids Network would like to thank Rocco Marziani and Dominic Sole of Total Hockey for hosting the Chicago Blackhawk Chopper at their store located at 2751 Pfingsten Road, Glenview, IL this afternoon, January 15th, 2011. The Chicago Blackhawks Chopper built by Paul Teutul Sr. of Orange County Choppers will be raffled off on April 12th, 2011. Proceeds of the raffle will benefit The Special Kids Network, the Chicago Blackhawk Charities and the Orange County Choppers Foundation.    

Total Hockey to Host the Chicago Blackhawks Chopper

by AaronEquipmentCo11. January 2011 10:37
Saturday, January. 15th at 12:00PM, Total Hockey of 2751 Pfingsten Rd., Glenview, IL will be hosting the Chicago Blackhawk Chopper. The Chicago Blackhawks are raffling off a special, custom-built bike signed by the entire team sponsored by Aaron Equipment Company and built by Orange County Choppers! Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Chicago Blackhawk Charities, the Orange County Choppers Foundation and the Special Kids Network.     Chicago Blackhawk Charities supports programs and institutions throughout Illinois that work toward creating a better tomorrow for the youth. An independent non-profit organization, the Special Kids Network was created to provide funding for programs that help children and young adults with special needs. The philanthropic arm of Orange County Choppers, the OCC Foundation designs tribute bikes and undertakes charity builds in support of families in need, American men and women in the armed services, and others. View Aaron Equipment’s Blackhawks Chopper Page Visit the Special Kids Network Website and the Special Kids Network Chopper Page

Chopper For Raffle To Help Kids – Morton Grove News

by Whitney Craig29. November 2010 11:24
November 24, 2010 By CRAIG A. WHITNEY [email protected] About 15 Golf Middle School special education students recently got to see something cool. The students gathered outside the school Nov. 15 to view a 2010 Stanley Cup Champions Chicago Blackhawks Chopper. According to a statement released by Golf School District 67 officials, the Blackhawks, in conjunction with the Special Kids Network and Orange County Choppers Foundation, will raffle off the custom built bike, which is autographed by the entire team. Raffle proceeds will benefit three organizations; Chicago Blackhawk Charities, the Orange County Choppers Foundation and Special Kids Network. Golf Middle School special education teacher Bari Levin is also on the board of the Special Kids Network-a nonprofit organization. "We fundraise money to give to programs for young children and young adults for special needs programs," she said. "We also try to do community awareness to allow special needs young adults and children to be part of the community." Levin said the bike is "pretty sweet." "It's been an exciting time for us with Special Kids Network," she said. "It's giving us some national recognition. We've been in existence for 11 years and it's all volunteer. It's just been exciting to be part of this organization and very honored to work with this group of people. To me it's been a humbling experience to be working with the group of people that I work with and what we do for special needs children and young adults." Bob Perna from Aaron Equipment Company, a sponsor, said the bike is an Orange County Chopper custom bike. "It's been a lot of fun for me," he said. "I've been a life-long Blackhawk fan so it makes it even more fun. It's been a good time." Michael Cohen, also from Aaron, said the company has an ongoing relationship with Orange County Choppers. "Through our business with them, I was able to twist their arm to do this-build a bike for us," he said. Cohen said he had to get agreement from Orange County Choppers, the Blackhawks and the National Hockey League. "When everybody saw that it wasn't for business, it was for raising money-it was a slam dunk after that," he said. "Our involvement is just that we're from Chicago, we're big Hawk fans, we're big Orange County fans. The two married each other." "It's all about the kids," Cohen said. "It's all about raising money for the Special Kids Network and the other charities that are involved. I think it's a symbol to make people aware that there are kids that are less fortunate and just another vehicle-pardon the pun-to raise money and make people aware and it's a fun way for people to get involved." Seventh-grader and Blackhawks fan Brandon Mansueto said the bike is awesome while sixth-grader and Blackhawks fan Brook Enger said of the bike, "I think it's really cool." The $100 raffle tickets will be sold until April. All proceeds from the raffle will be divided between the three charities. Raffle tickets can be purchased at Blackhawk games and through the website--blackhawks.nhl.com. To view this article from the Morton Grove Champion News, Pioneer Press Click Here

Chicago Blackhawk Bike Visits Chicago Cut Steakhouse

by AaronEquipmentCo16. November 2010 11:34
Chicago Cut Steakhouse Owners - Matt Moore and David Flom) Yesterday, November 15, 2010 the Chicago Blackhawks Championship Bike was on display at Chicago Cut Steakhouse at 300 N. LaSalle Street. Aaron Equipment and Special Kids Network want to personally thank owners Matt Moore and David Flom of Chicago Cut Steakhouse for hosting last night’s event. Their generosity enabled The Special Kids Network to sell over 25 raffle tickets for the Chicago Blackhawks Chopper. The Chicago Blackhawks Chopper built by Orange County Choppers will be raffled off to benefit the Chicago Blackhawk Charities, the Orange County Choppers Foundation and the Special Kids Network.   Chicago Cut Steakhouse featured in “The Stew” section of the Chicago Tribune, features meal options for lunch, dinner, and “power breakfast”. Chicago Cut occupies a street-level space whose glassed south walls offer great Chicago River views and a 100 seat patio overlooks the river. Chicago Cut has a unique menu, an unmatched wine list, and a modern twist on the traditional steakhouse setting. (Read the entire Chicago Tribune article)  

Chicago Blackhawk Bike Visits Golf Middle School, Morton Grove, IL

by AaronEquipmentCo15. November 2010 11:33
The Chicago Blackhawk bike made an appearance to some very lucky students at the Golf Middle School in Morton Grove, IL this morning. Mrs. Bari Levin's class was met by Bob Perna of Aaron Equipment Company, the sponsor of the bike. The students had a chance to take photos with the Chicago Blackhawks Championship Bike and Bob explained its purpose as a symbol of what you can achieve when you put your mind to it. Bob also explained features of the bike. After a once in a lifetime opportunity to take their photo with the bike, Bob presented the students with a photo of the bike when it was introduced to a capacity crowd at the United Center on October 13. The photo shows Paul Teutel, Sr., the creator of the bike and owner of Orange County Choppers of New York. Mrs. Bari Levin is on the board of the Special Kids Network, one of the charities that the Chicago Blackhawk Chopper will be raffled off for.     Aaron Equipment received the following thank you letter from Mrs. Bari Levin’s class at Golf Middle School in Morton Grove, IL.    

Chicago Blackhawks Bike Visits Joe’s Bar

by AaronEquipmentCo3. November 2010 12:39
On Saturday, October 30th, 2010 the Chicago Blackhawks Bike was on display at Joe’s Bar at 940 W. Weed Street in Chicago, IL. Bobby Hull was also in attendance to promote the Chicago Blackhawks Bike and sign autographs for fans in attendance. The Blackhawk Bike was built by Orange County Choppers, sponsored by Aaron Equipment Company to benefit Special Kids Network, Chicago Blackhawk Charities, and the OCC Foundation. Bari Levin of Special Kids Network and Michael Cohen of Aaron Equipment Susan Cohen and Bobby Hull, Chicago Blackhawks Ambassador   The Blackhawk Bike will make an appearance at: Maxum Sports Bar 9300 S. Kingery Highway Burr Ridge, IL Thursday, November 11, 2010 8:00 PM – 10:00PM

Jeremy "J.R." Roenick Visits Aaron Equipment Company

by AaronEquipmentCo3. November 2010 12:31
Yesterday, Former NHL All-Star, Jeremy Roenick stopped into the Aaron Equipment headquarters for a tour of the facility and an opportunity to view the Aaron Bike, as built by Orange County Choppers. Jeremy Roenick was drafted and started his career with the Chicago Blackhawks and played for five additional NHL teams over the course of 18 seasons. He played for Team USA for several international tournaments which included the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics. Jeremy Roenick and Anthony Tufano Jeremy Roenick has been a tremendous supporter of the Special Kids Network attending multiple fundraising events. Special Kids Network is an independent non-profit organization that was created to provide funding for programs that help children and young adults with special needs. Special Kids Network’s mission is to create community awareness and raise funds in support of organizations who believe that every child and young adult, regardless of the nature of their background or disability, should be able to enjoy life to its fullest and to participate in the mainstream of their community.


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