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FOR THE WIN PROJECT: TURNING HEROES INTO HEROES

The following day, For the Win and Magic Wheelchair unveiled another incredible creation for Lucas, an 11-year-old boy who lives with SMA (spinal muscular atrophy). The team took inspiration from Lucas’ love of watching 80s action movies with his Dad, especially the 1987 sci-fi classic, Predator.

Magic Wheelchair created an elaborate Predator-themed vehicle decked out with working lasers and spikes. After his unveiling ceremony, Lucas drove his Predator-mobile over to Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment booth where he got to meet Stan The Man himself and show off his sweet new ride! Both Luzi and Lucas are now in the process of getting their own For The Win experience movie posters featuring their Magic Wheelchairs.

As for upcoming projects, For the Win and Magic Wheelchair are in the final stages of unveiling the entire Justice League comprised of six kids, each with their own superhero-inspired wheelchair and movie poster. They also have two Jurassic World projects in the works with Chris Pratt, a Spider-Man poster and trailer involving Tom Holland, and some exciting plans in conjunction with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Dany Garcia’s Seven Bucks Digital Studios.

All Images Courtesy of For the Win Project.

You can donate to For the Win through their website at www.forthewinproject.org or on their Facebook at www.Facebook.com/ForTheWinProject They can also be found on Instagram @forthewinproject and on Twitter @4TheWinProject.

 

Magic Wheelchair donations can be made at https://www.magicwheelchair.org And found on Twitter and insgatram @magicwheelchair.

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