David Haass, the CTO at Elite Insurance Partners, is returning as a “felon” for the 2023 Wheelchairs 4 Kids Jail & Bail Fundraising Event. A repeat offender, David has participated in multiple Jail & Bail events over the years.

This year’s Jail & Bail will be held on Friday, July 21st, at Eddie V’s Prime Seafood in Tampa. This is a closed fundraising event where prominent community members will be “arrested” and held in a temporary jail cell at Eddie V’s. Each felon will be brought before the honorary judge – Fox 13’s Charley Belcher – to plea their case. If they have raised enough money to meet bail, they will be set free!

David “THE BOSS” Haass is being charged with unfair leverage of a tech stack. It was discovered that Haass was excessively implementing top-notch technology deemed unjust in the eyes of the law. Competitors claimed that such an advanced and well-utilized technology made them look “dated” and “old”, robbing them of their clients!

David’s bail is posted at $5,000, and he needs your help to get out of jail! All donations made to #FreeDavid will go to Wheelchairs 4 Kids.

Wheelchairs 4 Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based out of Tarpon Springs, FL, that is dedicated to improving the lives of children with physical disabilities. They provide wheelchairs, home modifications, vehicle modifications, and other therapeutic equipment to children with limited mobility.

Elite Insurance Partners is proud to be a longtime supporter and sponsor of Wheelchairs 4 Kids. We believe strongly in giving back to the community, and Wheelchairs 4 Kids is one of our favorite charities to help support. In addition to Jail & Bail, EIP sponsors the Wheelchairs 4 Kids annual Wheely Good Time event each fall and Kimberly Knorr Memorial Celebrity Golf Tournament each January. 

Every donation made towards David’s bail helps improve the lives of children in need of wheelchairs and mobility aids. If you would like to help #FreeDavid and make a (tax-deductible) donation, visit his donation page. Every penny makes a difference, so be sure to share the link with your friends and family!

EIP’s David Haass is “Locked Up” Again for Wheelchairs 4 Kids