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FreedomSystem announces annual ‘Remember: Honoring the Legacy of Veterans, Past and Future’ event

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FreedomSystem.org has announced its annual event, ‘Remember: Honoring the Legacy of Veterans, Past and Future,’ for May 18, 2024, at the Northern Indiana Event Center, 21565 Executive Parkway, Elkhart.
FreedomSystem is honored to feature Retired Army Captain Chad Fleming as this year’s keynote speaker.
Captain Chad Fleming, a highly decorated war hero, undertook five deployments after becoming an amputee. He is one of the few who have been able to redeploy into combat as an amputee. He retired from active duty after serving with distinction and receiving numerous awards and decorations, including the Meritorious Service Medal, two Bronze Star Medals with Valor, and three Purple Hearts.
This is FreedomSystem’s fifth annual event to bring awareness to its military veteran programs. This year’s event aims to raise proceeds benefiting FreedomSystem’s programs for local veterans and their families.
The evening’s program will feature dinner, music by Sam Brown, a live and silent auction, and a raffle of two firearms! The event will be preceded by 95.3 MNC’s Casey Hendrickson and The Paper’s Lauren Zeugner; additionally, FreedomSystem’s own Kenny Holmes will give a welcoming speech.
The ticket prices are $60 per person, $100 per couple, or $350 per table of 8. However, tickets will be available in March 2024; watch for our announcement detailing when and where to purchase.
Sponsorships for the evening are available at various levels ranging from $750 to $2,000; underwriting opportunities are also available.
The deadline for reserving a sponsorship is Feb. 28, 2024. After this date, FreedomSystem.org will not accept any further sponsorships. For more information, contact Sarah Holmes at sarah@freedomsystem.org.

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