Warhorse Exhibits and Blue Knights Events      
Rush Artistic Productions
                                          A Native Texan's Unique Talent
17th Annual SALUTE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT, Willowbrook Mall, Houston, Texas, May 7, 2011 (Coordinator Chief Alan Bragg, Spring ISD Police Department
HCSO Annual Memorial Ceremony For Fallen Peace Officers, Family Law Center Plaza, Houston, Texas, May 10, 2011, Sheriff Adrian Garcia Presiding
American Legion Post 554, Annual FLAG DISPOSAL CEREMONY, February 21, 2011 (President's Day) League City, Texas - Commander Larry Reed Presiding
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Chapter VII
By VIEWER REQUEST:  Below are but a few of the many Venues where The Warhorse is Exhibited.  It does not
include other Events like this past 3 Day Weekend where the '
9/11 Tribute Motor' provided Escort for 6 Charter
Buses filled with disabled Veterans for "Wounded Warriors Weekend" annual fishing trip to Port O'Connor, Texas
1st Annual SOUTH TEXAS BIKERS JAM & EXPO, Houston, Texas, Reliant Stadium ARENA beside Astrodome.  Sat/Sun May 28th & 29th, 2011
Wounded Warriors Weekend - Police Escort from Houston to Port O'Connor - May 20, 21 & 22, 2011
Photo by:  Daniel Contreras of New Dirt Studios, Katy, Texas
Photos taken at:  TACTICAL FIREARMS, 1200 South
Mason Road, Katy, Texas.  
RUSH provided Motor Escort for Gunny from the Hilton Hotel near Katy Mills Mall to the Grand Opening of Tactical
Firearms, a three day event.  Gunny rode 'shotgun' in a new Mercedes driven by Tactical Firearms Owner "Jeremy".  
Upon arrival the long lines of Fans circled the large building and extended far down the street.  When the motor siren was
turned off, the roar of the Marine Corps "OooRah!" and "Semper Fi!" greeted R. Lee Ermey.  After addressing the crowd,
he went to the cavernous room on the 2nd Floor where he remained all day (and Sunday) to shake hands with each Fan
and have his photo taken with them.  Most memorable for Rush:  "
The Gunny and I had a chance to visit one-on-one for
quite a while before the Escort began and he was everything one would expect in a Brother Mason.  A genteel man with
solid core values as a Marine, a Husband, a Father, and a Friend.  A man unaffected by his 'celebrity status' and instant
recognition everywhere he goes.  John Wayne is gone, so is Lee Marvin; but as long as we have R. Lee Ermey, and REAL
MEN like him, our failing Nation still has a chance."
Gunny rides Motors - here he sits on
Motorman Bill Rush's FLHTP and gives
"Thumbs Up!