Donated Guitar To Help Out Wounded Warrior


By Alexa Tieu

Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) A group of people gathered at Pawn One Wednesday evening to honor a veteran in our community.

Bo's Dream Team is a group of 19 people... And they want to help Terence 'Bo' Jones.

They're doing that by sending a guitar across the nation to get signatures from celebrities and musicians.

The group came together to pick up the instrument from Pawn One earlier this evening.

Jones was injured in an IED explosion while he was stationed in Afghanistan.

He is now a double amputee.

Members of the group explain this is all to help Jones get back to a normal life.

Diana Sterk, a member of Bo's Dream Team says, "He used to ride a Harley Davidson before he got injured, so now, his dream is to ride a Harley again. And, with the money we're going to build him a new Harley trike for when he returns back to Idaho."

Currently, Jones is in Texas going through rehabilitation.

After the guitar has traveled around the nation, the group plans to sell it in an auction.

The guitar was donated by Pawn One to help the cause.

If you'd like to assist or donate, contact Bo's Dream Team on Facebook.

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