Hope4Heroes.org Memorial Day 5K Today At Port
By SpaceCoastDaily.com // May 25, 2013
PHILANTHROPY & SPORT
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Hope4Heroes.org, an organization dedicated to to improving the lives of our veterans and communities, will present the Heroes & Legends Warrior 5K, a run/walk race series supporting our military and veterans.
Collaborating with the Running Zone, the Warrior 5K races will be held on both major military holidays of the year – Memorial Day and Veterans Day weekends.
The first race, set for May 25 at Port Canaveral, will take place on Memorial Day weekend – one of the most sacred veterans holidays of the year. The race will start at the Port Authority building at 7:30 a.m. with registration starting at 6:00 a.m.
“The Warrior 5Ks will be classic walk/runs that are being expertly managed by the Running Zone, so all attendees will have a first class experience,” said Hope4Heroes.org Chairman and CEO Vic Luebker.
“The Memorial Day race is already shaping up to be the premier military and veterans-related race in Brevard County.”
Hope4Heroes.org assists veterans and their families by creating an environment of hope and unity through grassroots involvement, hard work and honest answers.
“We all owe a debt of gratitude to those that serve,” said Luebker. “It’s our goal, vision and mission to ensure we serve as the focal point for heroes and families and act as a conduit for helping agencies that support our heroes from all generations.”
GREAT GIFTS, PRIZES & GIVE-AWAYS
The second race of the series will be held on Nov. 9 at Space Coast Stadium as part of the events at the annual Space Coast State Fair during the Memorial Day weekend. The Space Coast State Fair will run Nov. 7-17 in Viera.
Sponsorships are available that includes both Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day weekends. Among the many sponsorship perks are booth space at the event, logo recognition in all marketing venues and recognition during the event.
FOR RACE AND SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION CALL 321-609-1152 OR E-MAIL ceo@Hope4Heroes.org or call 321-604-9907