LED Digital Trailer Used to Show the Life of Wounded War Veteran During Local Fundraiser

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Aaron Tippin performs to help Steps 2 Hope raise money to build a home for wounded warrior Jason Smith, his family and expected child.

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People work together to show their passion, and humanity and honor those who have serve our nation.

On May 16th in the small southeastern town of Ringgold, Georgia at the Davis Cattle Farm, passionate souls joined together to show their support to help contribute to building a new home for Jason Smith. This is the second home built for wounded warriors by the Steps 2 Hope Foundation. Country music superstar Aaron Tippin performed as spectators celebrated and enjoyed their freedoms. Others contributed in spirit via online contributions.

Gene Bishop with GK Signs, an advocate of the wounded warrior project, was onsite to explain his mission to help build awareness of the cause and showed a LED mobile digital trailer highlighting the life of Jason. The digital sign, donated by Formetco, Incorporated of Georgia, ran throughout the entire event. Glistening personal photos of Jason, his family and live video feed of the concert all showcased for onlookers.

It is both exciting and humbling to when groups of people work together to show their passion, and humanity and honor those who served the USA.

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