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Press Release: Grand Opening BBQ Today for “Change For Veterans”

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Change For Veterans Organization

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Kevin Fish
5758 Adobe Rd., Suite B Twentynne Palms, CA 92277
(760) 368- 8715
vccpreshidesert@gmail.com
GRAND OPENING TODAY FOR CHANGE FOR VETERANS  SATURDAY 
(Twentynine Palms BBO Home Cooking at 11:00 a.m., retail store opens at 9:00 a.m.)  
 

Grand opening and fundraiser for “Change for Veterans.” Change for Veterans is the name of our retail store. Our organizational name is Vets Cruzin for a Cause. If you purchase something from the store the BBQ is  free. Many of our honorable Americans homeless veterans are living in their cars, and believe me they really do need help. Hope to see you today at our veterans retail store located at 5758 Adobe Rd., Suite B Twentynne Palms, CA 92277.

My name is Kevin Fish. I am a former Army Ranger having served many missions in Iraq. We are a new organization that supports  registered veterans who happen to be homeless in the Morongo Basin. All proceeds go directly to help all veterans who served and American war veterans. 

My family and I are  directly involved with assisting homeless veterans in our area.  Our immediate goal is to provide our fellow Americans veterans with warm clothing and necessities. Our long-range goal is to help veterans back on their feet with the hope of a better future. Veterans with families and single veterans living in our area proud people, the funds from today will directly help them. 

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If you would like more information about me, our new organization or our Change for Veterans retail store, please feel free  to contact me. This Link will provide additional information about our efforts.

Brave Rifles, Kevin Fish

 

 

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