Come Have Lunch With A Room Full Of Heroes

You want to support the troops? Here's how.

What are you doing this Wednesday?

Here’s an invitation to join us for a very special event – the 11th Annual Rotary Club of Dallas Salute To America’s Veterans Luncheon at Dallas’ breathtaking Frontiers of Flight Museum.

This year, we’re honored to have a speaker you do not want to miss. Corporal Jacob Schick was a football star for Coppell High School who followed family tradition and joined the Marine Corps. A combat veteran and wounded warrior, Jacob endured more than 40 surgeries after his vehicle ran over a tank mine. Having faced visible injuries, brain trauma, and PTSD, Schick now works to help other veterans conquer their challenges – and you will come away inspired.

If you missed it, here’s Jacob with us on the Morning Show from a couple of weeks ago – talking about the event he simply calls “a bad day at the office.”

 

 

Tickets for the luncheon are $60 for Rotarians, and $75 for non-members, and you can get them here. Not only will you be in a room full of heroes, but you’ll be having lunch surrounded by some pretty cool American aircraft. Like fighter jets and an Apollo space capsule. Plus, it all benefits the USO DFW and the Veterans Coalition Of North Texas. You get a really great meal, meet some truly great people, and do something pretty great yourself.

That’s a heckuva lot better than just another business lunch or something at the drive through.

There’s not a bad seat in the house, and tickets do remain – but the deadline to get them is Monday. In fact, bring your office – and watch how motivated your coworkers are when they get back. I even recommend taking the kids out of school so they can be there. It’s the very definition of educational, and we’re losing the chance for our children to know older veterans every day.

Again, get your tickets right here.

Yes, Jacob might even tell a few stories about what it was like to work with Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper on American Sniper.

And if you’ve never seen James Gandolfini’s highly-acclaimed Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraqyou need to.

Please. Come join us for lunch and help support out troops.

You’ll be glad you did.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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