RV Company Helps Young Philanthropist

Filmmaker David Anspaugh is known for his sports films like Hoosiers and Rudy. The common theme might be classified as an ordinary person doing something inspiring. His latest movie follows that same theme with a young man Zach Bonner serving as his inspiration. Zach Bonner is a young philanthropist who, with the help of an RV, set out to change the world.

Zach, with remarkable determination for such a young man, began a journey at the age of 8 to walk across the United States to bring attention to homeless youth. He traveled along with his mother and sister in an Ithasca Suncruiser Class A motorhome, provided by Lazydays. Zach actually inspired the Lazydays Employee Foundation in Seffner, Florida to create the Lazydays Homeless Youth Program. The program works to homeless children in the Tampa Bay area.

The film is scheduled to be released this fall and is called Little Red Wagon. Zach, now 14 years old, hopes that the film will help bring more attention to the issue of youth homelessness both within the United States and across the globe.

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