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“He put it out on Facebook, I seen it on there,” Thomas Borders said. “And I jumped right on it. I contacted Alan and contacted the family and said you know what we do this.”
Borders and his family made the 5 hour drive from Terre Haute to Boyle County, Kentucky, to make a wish come true for Bradlee Aquilar Moreno who is terminally ill with brain cancer.
Four trucks made the trip to Bradlee home.
And the reaction was priceless.
The issue hit close to home for Borders, who lost his son, Kaleb to brain cancer 5 years ago.
“So we want to do something to honor him and to help spread awareness to childhood cancers,” Borders said. “My son was a big inspiration to a lot of people. He always had a smile on his face no matter how bad the treatment was or how bad he felt he always had a smile on his face.”
Kaleb name is placed throughout the body of the truck.
And a “Crush Childhood Cancer” decal is displayed on each side of the truck.
Borders says he will continue to make trips to those in need until cancer is defeated.
“It all about the joy, it all about the kids,” Borders said. “These trucks are a lot of hard work, a lot of late nights, a lot of money. And you know all that goes out the window whenever you see a smile on a little kids face, it all well worth it.”