NAMPA -- A signature-covered Ford Mustang is travelling the country, and stopped by Nampa Saturday.
It's a part of the High Five Tour 2014, which is raising funds to build two "smart homes" for wounded warriors and their families.
The tour is put on by Wounded Warriors Family Support.
The car is traveling to 65 cities in 48 states on a mission to let people say "thank you" to military families with their signatures.
President of Wounded Warriors Family Support John Folsom said when America goes to war, families go to war.
"These are folks from all over the United States, from all walks of life, veterans, non-veterans, people who understand and appreciate what our military families go through, when American goes to war," he said.
Folsom also says his group produces combat wounded veteran parking signs.
Any business that wants to pick one up can go to the website for Wounded Warriors Family Support.