PVRBulletin – March 2015
Veterans’ Appreciation Day
A Fun Day for a Great Cause
Orlando Harley – Davidson and the Florida American Legion Legion Riders are kicking off Daytona’s Bike Week by having a Veterans Appreciation Day Event with all proceeds benefitting PROJECT: VetRelief.
Join Us on Saturday, March 7th
For just $10, enjoy a scenic ride to East Orlando Harley-Davidson, a special commemorative gift, snacks and games. Then cruise over to Orlando Harley-Davidson’s Bike Week Swamp Stomp for a special ceremony honoring our Veterans and a party that lasts all day!
PROJECT: VetRelief Recognition Program
January 1, 2015 – May 31, 2015
In just 4 short months PROJECT: VetRelief will award the very first Meritorious Service Awards during the 2015 Department Convention.
Every dollar counts and we need your help to provide emergency assistance and benefits support to more and more of our service members and their families across the state.
Get Engaged. Stay Connected.
- Fill out a Marketing Material Order Form and PROJECT: VetRelief will send you business cards, post cards, and posters to distribute in your community.
- Encourage signups for The PROJECT: VetRelief Bulletin (newsletter).
- Raise funds to support service members and their families right here in Florida through the PROJECT: VetRelief Recognition Program.
- Sign up to become a VetRelief Advocate.
Welcome to the Good Fight
Thank you Erik M. Pelton & Associates, PLLC for Fighting the Good Fight!
Erik M. Pelton & Associates PLLC is a boutique trademark law practice located in Falls Church, Virginia. EMP&A deals with anything and everything to do with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) trademark and copyright protection. PROJECT: VetRelief is pleased to have the support of Erik Pelton and his team – as advisors, advocates, and partners.
Meet Other PROJECT: VetRelief Sponsors
Meet the Team
In early June 2014, Jessica Solis joined the PROJECT: VetRelief team. As a highly motivated, energetic individual, Jessica seeks to leverage her creativity, communication and writing skills, in concert with her professional and educational nonprofit experience, to benefit the growth and development of PROJECT: VetRelief.
Jessica has a Bachelor of Arts in English from The University of Central Florida and worked in advertising before entering the nonprofit world in 2011 where she gained extensive experience writing proposals and managing large-scale special events. As the Foundation Relations Director, Jessica is responsible for branding, content management and messaging, program creation, and fundraising through grants.