‘Stories of Service’ Will Highlight Brevard Veterans Memorial Center, Those Who Served

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The Friday Night Locker Room and Space Coast Daily have recently partnered with the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center, at 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, in Merritt Island. Be sure to tune in Monday, February 1 at 2 p.m. for our inaugural show, ”Stories of Service.”

The Space Coast is home to approximately 70,000 veterans, which, according to the VA, makes Brevard home of the second-highest vets per capita in the country.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The first Monday in February will be a big day for my broadcasting partner, Orville Susong and me. For the past 21 years, we have been broadcasting high school sports on the Space Coast through our company, the Friday Night Locker Room.

Our broadcasts are carried on Space Coast Daily TV.

Over the last few years, Orville and I have gradually moved into covering other non-sports-related events in the county such as Memorial Day Ceremonies, July 4 events, 9-11 tributes and holiday parades, etc.

We are proud to announce the Friday Night Locker Room and Space Coast Daily have recently partnered with the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center, at 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway, in Merritt Island.

Beginning next month, we will premiere “Stories of Service,” which will be showcasing upcoming events for the Memorial Center, talking about what they have to offer and promoting other veterans’ events to be held around the county.

The Space Coast is home to approximately 70,000 veterans, which, according to the VA, makes Brevard home of the second-highest vets per capita in the country.

The Space Coast is home to approximately 70,000 veterans, which, according to the VA, makes Brevard home of the second-highest vets per capita in the country.

We both fully understand that without the service and sacrifice veterans make, and have made, we would not enjoy the freedoms that we have today. Orville’s father and my father both served in the U.S. Navy. Our families understand service.

On the first Monday of each month, we will be talking with different guests. Most of what we discuss will revolve around the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center.

There are a lot of exciting things going on now and in the very near future. As is the case with most new shows, I am certain we will make some changes along the way.

However, the focus will always be on the veterans; what resources are available, and what events are upcoming.

“Stories of Service,” which will spotlight a different veteran at the conclusion of each show, will appear live on Space Coast Daily TV and will be archived immediately for subsequent viewing.

Be sure to tune in Monday, February 1 at 2 p.m. for our inaugural show, ”Stories of Service.”

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