Who’s Supporting Honor One Help Many Campaign
Collin Raye, Mark Wills, Jim Ed Brown, Jan Howard, Eddy Raven and David Ball lend support to the HonorOne Campaign. HonorOne provides assistance to military families, lifts the spirits of the those injured in the line of duty and supports U.S. workers with disabilities
Nashville, Tenn. (March 21, 2013) – Country Music stars Collin Raye, Mark Wills, Jim Ed Brown, Jan Howard, Eddy Raven and David Ball provided their support to the newly launched HonorOne Campaign by recording public service announcements and detailing their personal experiences with the military.
The PSAs recorded by the artists, challenge ALL 300 million Americans to make a pledge of $10 to the organization which assists service men and women and their families. For each $10 spent at www.HonorOne.org, the supporter will receive a God Bless the USA Reminder Coin. Additionally, the supporter will be part of a patriotic shadow box gift to a wounded veteran. Each gift is handmade in the United States by a disabled worker. 100% of the profits are donated to the best military charities, including those that provide vital family and post-traumatic stress disorder counseling for soldiers returning from the battlefield. For more information, or to support the HonorOneCampaign, please visit www.honorone.org.
“We are thrilled that these artists and celebrities have added their voices to our cause,” said Lane Ostrow, founder of the HonorOne Campaign. “It is our hope that their patriotism and stories will inspire others. We are excited to be able to have an impact on so many with just $10. We hope that since the HonorOne Campaign only costs $10 to participate, everyone who wants to help, will be able to.”
Watch the videos:
Collin Raye http://youtu.be/2H1sxxmLabQ
Mark Wills http://youtu.be/oq0cClqX3Jo
Jim Ed Brown http://youtu.be/F_aNmoqefcg
Jan Howard http://youtu.be/dRPzNXAnjBA
Eddy Raven http://youtu.be/q7HxQWk_xL4
David Ball http://youtu.be/VryJC-ySCA0
ABOUT THE HONORONE CAMPAIGN:
Honor One is on a mission to raise $100 million dollars in financial support for veterans, specifically those who are suffering from PTSD. The HonorOne Campaign asks the 300 million Americans who have benefited from the service provided by the armed forces to give back to soldiers and their families by taking the HonorOne Campaign $10 Challenge Each $10 of support makes a difference in the life a soldier and employs disabled workers, who assemble the products. To find out more visit: www.HonorOne.org “Where you can HonorOne and Help Many.”
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