The veteran’s parade has become of the longest parades in the nation and it’s about to start again. On December 10, 3022, Wreaths Across America Mobile Education Exhibit kicks off and begins in Maine and travels American and ends in Florida. The parade is to honor our nation’s veterans.
The exhibit stops at schools, memorials, and other locations along the way to spread the year-long mission to remember the fallen, honor those that serve and their families, and teach the next generation the value of freedom.
The exhibit will definitely stop at Arlington cemetery. “For me the Escort to Arlington is the culmination of another year of sharing the mission to remember, Honor, and teach across this country. I say is every year, but it is truly an experience of a lifetime,” said Karen Worcester, Executive Director, WAA. “The way the mission and these families and veterans are welcomed into communities, with flags waving and streets lined with children and grateful Americans, is something we always wished every person could witness. This year we’re hoping that supporters will will once again join us in safely lining the roadways and welcoming their escort into their communities.”
For the 8th year in a row, we have provided Wreaths Across American and Chevrolet has graciously donated 4,000 veterans’ wreaths for placement at Arlington National Cemetery to help honor our nation’s veterans.
”Chevrolet and its dealers are proud to support the work of Wreaths Across American once again and share the mission to Remember, Honor and Teach. This annual tradition has become a cornerstone event for Chevrolet and its dealers here in the Northeast region,” said Dan Adamcheck, Regional Director of Sales, Service and Marketing for Chevrolet. “To be able to give back to our communities, and the men and women who have given so much to our country is truly an honor for Chevrolet and it’s employees.”
The traveling exhibit will be presenting the wreaths at Arlington cemetery on December 17th.
Wreaths Across America is a non-profit organization. The organization has placed more than 2.4 million sponsored veteran’s wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery.