(PRWEB) May 5, 2005
Now, for the first time in American history, the fallen heroes in The War on Terror who have given their lives for the security of our nation will be personally memorialized in the towns and cities where they lived.
The SOS Fund - Statues of Servicemen - will unveil the statue during the presentation of the Navy Cross to Capt. Brent Morel in Memphis Tennessee, at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 21st, 2005, at The Memphis Marine Corps Reserve Unit, 3114 Jackson Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee.
The SOS Fund and the Department Of Defense are working together to begin the Statues of Servicemen campaign to build bronze bust statues of the fallen heroes in the War on Terror. These statues will be placed in City and Town Halls and Government Buildings throughout the United States to memorialize the brave men and women who have given their lives in the War on Terror.
The SOS Fund Statues of Servicemen will be ÂshowcasedÂ by the Department Of Defense for the DoD Military Awareness Month program now in progress in Washington. Point of Contact: Carla Sagerholm, Project Coordinator, OASD/PA/AFIS-HQ/PIA firstname.lastname@example.org 703-428-0728
The Statues of Servicemen is partially financed by the success of our previous program, SOS Desert Camouflage Wristbands. These have become one of the most popular wristbands in America, making a patriotic fashion statement for the troops.
The unveiling of the first The SOS Fund statue, PFC Daniel McClenney, occurred on April 22, 2005 in Shelbyville, Tennessee, along with Daniel McClenney's Silver Star Presentation by his commanding Officer, Lt. Col. J. D. Alford. Referrels for positive feedback of the event: Major Thomas Little, Nashville Marine Base Commander email@example.com 615-352-3386 and Brent Wiles, Field Staff Supervisor for Congressman Lamar Alexander, firstname.lastname@example.org 615-736-5129.
NOTE: Since our Statues of Servicemen relies heavily of the sale of our Wear Camo Desert Camouflage Wristbands, it is critical that the sosfund.us website is mentioned.
Chris Landry, National Project Director: (251) 751-6288
Sam Patterson, Regional Project Director (901) 218-0022
Toll Free: 88-392-4914 Fax: 251-252-8898
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