I already can't believe the turnout I already have for donations for the trip I am going to take on Memorial Day. Here is what I am taking on. On Memorial Day I will be visiting a number of Marines, Army and Air Force bases including two VA hospitals to give donations out to the troops. I will start my mission at Fort Drum in Watertown NY on LIVE cable television on the Military channel for a short TV spot giving out kits to the troops. Then I will board a Humvee with escort to a VA hospital here in Syracuse NY to help out some disabled Vets with the BEST way to quit smoking. Then on down to Willow Grove Marines Base in PA where I was stationed to help some troops out there also. Lastly another VA hospital near Cornwall NY to finish up giving out kits and supplies to disabled Vets.
The turnout for donations has been awesome! The current people and vendors I would like to thank is as follows. I would personally like to thank sparrots for her personal donation of 510 kits and accessories. Hairball for the donation of some Cartomizers that the troops will love! I would like to thank Richard from Catskill Mountain Vaporstore for his donation of 20 30ml bottles of his finest juices and a Pro Vari Mini full kit for one lucky grunt. Also would like to thank James from Kalamazoo Vapor Shop for his donation of gift certificates. RAWR Vapor for their donation of his line of juices. Chris at CigTechs for his donation of a few starter kits. Electronicstix for their contribution. Lastly for the moment my loving wife for going out of her way to get the Military Channel and Syracuse University involved.
The buck does not stop here! I still would accept any donations of anything at this point. I currently need starter kits, juices and 510 LR Cartomizers. Please if you would like to donate or have any information on someone who will please feel free to contact me by Cell at (607)761-0226 or email at email@example.com anytime. Again a BIG TY to all involved and I want you to guy to know that your love for us troops disabled or not will not go unappreciated.