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High Five Tour Rides Through the Upstate

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Wounded Warriors Family Support's High Five Tour will be coming through parts of the Upstate this weekend, as it makes its way through 48 states and more than 60 cities. Wounded Warriors Family Support's High Five Tour will be coming through parts of the Upstate this weekend, as it makes its way through 48 states and more than 60 cities.
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Wounded Warriors Family Support's High Five Tour will be coming through parts of the Upstate this weekend, as it makes its way through 48 states and more than 60 cities.

Sitting outside of select businesses in the Upstate, the 2013 Ford Mustang GT500 will be on display, encouraging donations and inspirational messages to support the families of wounded servicemen and women.

7 On Your Side caught up with the message filled Mustang outside of Sports Clips in Simpsonville.

"There's only so much that doctors and medicine can do for our combat wounded vets... and Wounded Warrior Family Support tries to pick up where medicine stops", said President of Foothills Mustang Club, Kevin Brown.

The tour has raised more than $2,000 in the Upstate, and will be used to help fund two smart homes for wounded warriors in Fayetteville, N. C., and Guthrie, Oklahoma before the car is sold at the Barrett-Jackson Car Collector Auction in Las Vegas next September.  

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