How Team TEGNA Honors and Amplifies our Nation’s Heroes for Veterans Day
There are no heroes in our country more remarkable than our military members, veterans, and their families. In honor of Veterans Day, we’re sharing ways that TEGNA sends the message that there is no more incredible honor than helping to remember a life lived.
According to an Economist/YouGov Poll, the general sentiment of Americans is that veterans deserve more than just Veteran’s Day to receive our support. As a news media company, TEGNA often lends its megaphone to honor our veterans. Brands get in on the action, too, sponsoring and hosting events, raising and donating money, and shining a spotlight on those who have served. Here are a few examples of how Team TEGNA honors and amplifies our veterans year-round.
KVUE: Texas Nonprofit Helping Empower Female Veterans
An Austin non-profit held an event to empower female veterans by helping them feel good about themselves on the inside and outside.
KPNX: Veteran-Owned Heating and Cooling Business Making a Difference for Other Valley Veterans
Semper Fi Heating and Cooling is making a difference in the lives of other Valley veterans. After winning a drawing, a new AC unit was given to a Navy veteran.
KARE 11: A 15-Year-Old Decided his Town Needed a Veterans Memorial. He Raised $77,000 and Built One
Dominique Claseman built Olivia, Minnesota, a veterans memorial for his Eagle Scout project. He finished it before his 17th birthday.
KGW: Salem Quilting Club Present Veterans with Quilts Year-Round
Salem Star Valor Quilters of Oregon members all share some sort of military connection.
WGRZ: New Canalside Monument Honors Black Veterans
The monument in Buffalo has 12 columns and will light up at night. There are also bricks that have the names of African Americans who have served our country.
WCNC: Community Link Helping Veterans Become Homeowners
On Saturday, several groups came together as part of a walk to end veteran suicide. Starting in Romare Bearden Park, people ranging from veterans to loved ones in military families took steps to show their calls for more help for those who served the United States.
KSDK: Veterans Head to Washington DC for St. Louis Honor Flight
A special military mission – decades in the making – launched from St. Louis Lambert International Airport in the pre-dawn hours.
If your brand is looking to honor our veterans or generate awareness for a charitable cause, TEGNA’s marketing solutions can help amplify your message and develop real results. Contact us today to learn how we can help your brand achieve its goals.