COMPANIES EMBRACE OPPORTUNITY TO SEND SOLDIERS TO MIAMI ROCKS OUR TROOPS
“Donate a Ticket for a Soldier” allows for companies to give back to the troops through the unique gesture of sending them to an unforgettable music event
MIAMI ROCKS OUR TROOPS is offering the corporate world a unique way to show active duty soldiers and veterans its appreciation for their service through its “Donate a Ticket for a Soldier” corporate campaign. Through this opportunity, which has already received overwhelmingly positive responses, companies can send a group of soldiers to enjoy a memorable night in their honor. Set to take place at the BankUnited Center at the University of Miami Sept. 29, MIAMI ROCKS OUR TROOPS will benefit HonorVet.org, an organization dedicated to helping veterans and their families in their lives after service.
Corporate packages allow for companies to “officially” invite active duty soldiers or veterans in the Miami area to the show. Packages range from $5,000 to send 50 soldiers to $25,000 to send 500 to the event. There are also $10,000 and $15,000 packages, with all four different packages including company signage and mentions throughout the night, and tickets for the donating company. The campaign gives donating companies the honor of enjoying a night filled with diverse musical acts alongside those who’ve sacrificed everything for their country.
Additionally, individuals can make a $100 pledge to give a floor seat to a soldier. Those who make a personal pledge will receive a tax benefit receipt as well as a personal thank you e-mail directly from that soldier they are inviting to the event. Being invited to the event by strangers who appreciate their service is a gesture that the attending soldiers and veterans will not forget.
MIAMI ROCKS OUR TROOPS’ dynamic lineup includes Jon Secada, Billy Gibbons, Jose Feliciano, Erika Jayne, Sammy Arriaga, Danielle Peck, Ana Isabelle, Ahmir, and Willie Panama, among others. Billy Ray Cyrus, Angel & Khriz, Kris Allen and Jorge Villamizar were recently added to the impressive lineup.
“The ‘Donate a Ticket for a Soldier’ campaign is not a typical donation or sponsorship,” said Jesse Canella, CEO and Co-Founder of HonorVet.org. “While benefit concert will help support America’s veterans by financing crucial resources for them to assimilate back to civilian life, the campaign is a way of giving back to the troops in a more personal level.”
HonorVet.org is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the overall well-being of veterans, service members and their loved ones. The concert will be honoring and supporting America’s veterans by directly financing crucial resources and services instantly available through HonorVet.org.