HONOR HANDS TO HONOR VETERANS OF SOUTHERN COLORADO
ON 2nd HONOR FLIGHT AND PRE-FLIGHT LUNCHEON
Casting Hands of Colorado Veterans Group Journeying to Washington D.C.
Event: 2nd Honor Flight of Southern Colorado Veterans Traveling to Washington D.C.
When: October 12th-14th
Where: The Radisson Hotel, 1645 N. Newport Road, Colorado Springs
Contact: Jerry Vinnola of Honor Hands
Colorado Springs, CO (Sept. 27, 2012) – Honor Hands, an organization that designs products and process of creating lifelike hand molds to commemorate and honor those who have served our country, is proud to participate in the 2nd Honor Flight of Southern Colorado which will be held on October 12th-14th, 2012. Honor Hands is joining with Honor Flight of Southern Colorado, an organization created solely to honor America’s Veterans for all their sacrifices, launched with the intent of sending our Southern Colorado Veterans to Washington D.C. by transporting our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. This comes after a successful first flight in June 2012.
“Honor Hands is excited to be partnering with Honor Flight of Southern Colorado again to honor these amazing WWII Veterans,” said Jerry Vinnola of Honor Hands. “For the second flight, we are taking a full film crew to document the entire flight to be a part of our new TV show yet to be named. We are shooting the first episode to include the crew of Honor Flight of Southern Colorado. The purpose of the TV show is to document how different people display honor and value to those loved ones in their lives in a special way including casting their hands and preserving memories. Lana Fore-Warkocz and Sal Ingraldi of Honor Flight of Southern Colorado have taken so much out of their personal lives to take these WWII Vets on the Honor Flights and we are excited to be a part of the flight again. There are 1,000 WWII Veterans dying each day and time is of the essence to get as many as possible to see the WWII Memorial and the other monuments in Washington DC. Honor Hands is casting each of the veteran’s hands and presenting them with a plaque at the banquet in Washington DC during the Honor Flight trip. It is our privilege to assist Honor Flight and to show these veterans just how much their grateful nation cares for them.”
For more info on Honor Hands, please contact Jerry Vinnola at 719-275-3170 or go online at www.HonorHands.com