Watch Now – National Veterans Awareness Ride
This is a National ride that starts in May. They start the journey in Sacramento, California and ride all the way to Washington, D.C. Each day they stop at places like veteran hospitals or even memorial services and visit with folks. This is all in an effort to thank those who served and remember those who were killed.
“We try to create awareness among citizens of respect and sincere thanks to veterans for the sacrifice that they, their spouses or significant others have made,” said Jerry Conner, President of the organization.
Nearly 100 motorcycles pulled into the parking lot of the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center Thursday afternoon as part of a National Veterans Awareness Ride.