Veterans Help Group Host Clearwater Threshers Veterans and Military Appreciation Night Game

At Veterans Help Group we support and represent the rights of Veterans. Many of us are veterans ourselves. We know and appreciate the sacrifices that are made for our country each day and that have been made in years past to make our Nation the great one that it is today.

Those who have fought have given us freedom and rights that many others in the world aren’t so fortunate to have. As a token of our appreciation we are thrilled to host a Clearwater Threshers Veterans and Military appreciation Night game on August 16, 2014.

The event is for Veterans and currently serving Military members, with a discounted admission of just $5.00 per ticket. Additionally, we will be giving away 500 tickets!

Not only are fans able to attend a great game, they will be able to participate in a silent auction and visit with vendors and other Military and Veteran supporters, including us. Veterans Help Group are thrilled to meet attendees just inside the main entrance and encourage everyone to stop by our booth.

The game will continue to give back to the local community beyond this night. Haley House Fund and Injured Warriors Fund of Florida will both receive donations from a portion of the ticket sales.

Locals should not miss this opportunity to come out and see Tampa Bay vs. Clearwater, support local guests of honor, salute our flag and our great Country, and watch the Clearwater Threshers “play ball”!

The game will be followed by fireworks and a jersey signing on the field.

Learn more about legal services for Florida veterans.

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