Roast on the Coast with Frank "Hondo" Howard

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Fundraiser to benefit the Working Warrior Nation organization that puts retired veterans and wounded warriors back to work in the private sector.

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Working Warrior Nation- Putting Retired and Wounded Veterans Back to Work

"What's most important, here, is to raise awareness and fundraising for this great cause in putting our retired and wounded veterans back to work in the private sector," says Event Director Charlie Haje.

The “Roast on the Coast” featuring Major League Baseball (MLB) player and manager, Frank “Hondo” Howard, kicks off on Saturday, January 12th at 6pm at the Westin Hotel in Tyson’s Corner, Virgina to benefit the Working Warrior Nation.

The Roast on the Coast will serve as host to past MLB and NFL celebrities such as Buck Showalter, Dick Bosmon, Jim French and Stump Merrill. Also in attendance will be Casey Cox, Tim Cullen, Bill Connors, Bobby Wine and more.

“This event is going to be hilarious. We have some incredible talent flying in from all over the country for this one night event,” says Event Director, Charlie Haje.

Sponsorships, Meet and Greets and VIP opportunities are still available. For more details, email Charlie Haje at charliehaje(at)earthlink(dot)net or call him directly at 850.259.6334.

About Working Warrior Nation
The Working Warrior Nation is a program specifically designed by MVLE, a non-profit organization, to help wounded warriors and retired veterans find meaningful private sector employment. The program provides returning military personnel with customized skills and on-the-job training that will help them upgrade their existing skills and experience to meet the criteria of corporate employers. Working Warrior Nation also reaches out to the business community to find appropriate job matches and general support for our heroes.

For more information on the Working Warrior Nation, visit their website at

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