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    Please Assist Brandon Lauer of Audio Research

     

     

    Hi Guys, I have rough news today, but fortunately many of us are in a position to help. Brandon Lauer of Audio Research was in a very serious motorcycle accident here in Minnesota, when a car pulled out in front of him. Broken arms and legs, compound fractures, etc... and a long recovery ahead of him. The best news I read was that his head, neck, and spine are free from serious injury. Brandon is a big motorcycle enthusiast, to say the least, and had full protective gear on when the accident occurred. It, no doubt, saved his life. 

     

    Brandon is a great human being who has been part of our industry for many years. I always looked forward to seeing him at shows, and if he was in town, seeing him at Audio Research when I visited. He is one of those guys who makes me feel a bit dumb, but in the best way. His fluency in several languages and his knowledge of many European countries, is something one doesn't see often here in the US. I absolutely love talking to him about traveling, and always tried to steer the conversation away from HiFi, and toward travel as soon as I could. Again, he is just a great human, without a mean spirited bone in his body. 

     

    I ask that the terrific people of the Audiophile Style community show some love to Brandon, through a GoFundMe fundraiser setup for him. I realize everyone is in a different spot in life. If donating to his fundraiser isn't possible, a quick note of encouragement on his CaringBridge site will be well received. 

     

    Thank you in advance for supporting Brandon.

     

     

    Links:

    Brandon Lauer GoFundMe fundraiser

    Brandon Lauer CaringBridge

     

     

     




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    Donated. As a two-surgery survivor of a car/bike collision, I know the emotional and physical tolls of the aptly named "knock on" effects may last. Godspeed Brandon's healing and support.

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    10 minutes ago, feelingears said:

    Donated. As a two-surgery survivor of a car/bike collision, I know the emotional and physical tolls of the aptly named "knock on" effects may last. Godspeed your healing and support.

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    Happy to hear you made it out well, as well. 

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