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Featuring military veteran songwriters & performers Adam Warner, Brei Carter & Mark Addison Chandler
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 20, 2022) – Memories of Honor, a 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville has announced the addition of a songwriters round performance event to their upcoming 7th annual Honor the Fallen 5K, set for Saturday, May 21 at The Grove in College Grove, Tennessee. The round will feature several up-and-coming veteran artists based in Nashville, including country recording artist & Marine veteran Adam Warner, country singer-songwriter & Army veteran Brei Carter, and country singer-songwriter & combat Army veteran Mark Addison Chandler. To register or for the complete event schedule, visit honorthefallen5k.com.
Memories of Honor produces and hosts several 5K events which pay tribute to the sacrifices made by our fallen military service members and their families.
“We believe our fallen service members and their families deserve to be honored and remembered not just on Memorial Day, but every day,” said Amy Cotta, founder of Memories of Honor. “Our mission is to make every day Memorial Day by creating living, breathing memorials so no life loss as a result of serving our country goes forgotten.”
More than “just another” 5K, the HTF5K is a family-friendly, pet-friendly community event where friends of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities join in unity to show their love and support to our families of our Nation’s fallen heroes. And also to pay their respects to our military members and first responders, both past and present.
HTF5K uniquely fosters patriotism and gratitude where participants wear a Fallen Hero Memorial Bib containing the name of a fallen US service member. Many of the families of the fallen are on hand to meet the participants.
About Memories of Honor:
Memories of Honor is a national 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville, Tennessee. Our mission is to make EVERY DAY Memorial Day. We use athletics, entertainment, special events, and social media campaigns to create living breathing memorials so that no loss of life in or due to military service is forgotten. MOH also produces other athletics events which honor military and veterans such as the Bataan Challenge, Social Distancing Challenge, Boots For Troops, 101 Heroes Ride, and others. Visit memoriesofhonor.org to learn more or to become involved.
[Adam Warner | Photo: Michael Gomez | Download JPG]
[Brei Carter| Photo: Artisan Imagery | Download JPG]
[Mark Addison Chandler | Photo: Mike Guinard | Download JPG]