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Victory for Veterans sets lofty goal of zero veteran suicides and zero veterans homeless

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A non-profit called "Victory for Veterans" was formed with the hopes of removing the need among established Veterans groups to raise money each and every year and to enable the founders and workers and volunteers of those groups to focus on the service.

Founder Steve Durgin was a special guest Monday on the CBS 58 News at 4 to talk about a special March planned for May 20th to generate awareness about these efforts.

"This march is our first public, national event to raise awareness of Veteran’s issues around the country. I think the general public believes the Veterans Administration and many nonprofits are providing for our nation’s heroes, as I used to think. It just isn’t the case." says Steve Durgin, Founder and CEO of Victory For Veterans Foundation, Inc.

Here are the cities participating so far:

Austin, TX

Caste Rock, CO

Des Moines, IA

Birmingham, AL

Sheridan, WY

Los Angeles, CA

Eau Claire, WI

San Diego, CA

?Battery Park City, NYC

?Huntington, NY

?Columbus, OH

Dayton, OH May 19 (pre-rally for Columbus)

Salem, OR

New Middletown, OH

Tampa, FL (NEW!)

Augusta, ME (Pending)

?There is also a bicycle event planned for the summer.

The Victory Tour: BIKE22 begins July 4, 2017 and ends one year later and we will bicycle 22 miles in 90 cities; the 48 capitals of the lower states and 42 other cities along the way. 

Next year the Victory Tour: RIDE22 will be another exciting event for our motorcycle enthusiasts!

They'll ride in all 50 states; at the capital or other exciting location.

Actual locations and date of this RIDE22 is not yet determined but will be in the June/July 2018 timeframe! 

For more information click here.

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