ST. PETERSBURG, FL – Project Hero, the leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping veterans and first responders with PTSD and injury, has named Raymond James Veterans Inclusion Network (VALOR) as the title sponsor of the organization’s 9th annual Honor Ride Florida in February 2022. The announcement was made by Project Hero Executive Director Todd Setter.
The popular annual Florida Honor Ride invites the community to cycle with veterans and first responders from their community and typically attracts hundreds of riders of all levels from throughout the region and the state. The 9th annual Florida Honor Ride will be held February 5, 2022, at Tropicana Field in St Petersburg. For information, visit www.weareprojecthero.org.
Mr. Setter states: “Project Hero is humbled by the generosity of Raymond James Veterans Inclusion Network (VALOR). Their $25,000 sponsorship helps Project Hero to continue our mission of saving lives by restoring Hope, Recovery, and Resilience to those injured in the line of duty,” said Setter. “This event is going to be incredible as it brings together people from around the country and is going to make a real, direct difference in the lives of injured Veterans and First Responders. We welcome anyone who would like to participate to register in support of those who have given so much.”
You can learn more about the 2022 Honor Ride Florida event and register on the Project Hero website in the event area: www.weareprojecthero.org
About Project Hero
Founded in 2008, Project Hero is a groundbreaking national non-profit organization dedicated to helping Veterans and First Responders affected by PTSD, TBI and injury achieve rehabilitation, recovery and resilience in their daily lives and increasing awareness of the national mental health crisis posed by PTSD and TBI. Project Hero programs work by producing positive outcomes at lower costs and reducing drug-based therapies. Project Hero builds and provides adaptive bikes to physically-challenged and injured Veterans and First Responders and has helped tens of thousands of our Healing Heroes at no cost to participants through cycling events, community-based programs in more than 50 cities throughout the US and by supporting research. For information, visit www.weareprojecthero.com
Peter Bylsma, Project Hero Public Relations 310-795-8532 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Shepard, Project Hero National Event Director 845-532-3477 | email@example.com
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