AMBEST Asks Operators to Support the Wounded Warrior Project

AMBEST is supporting the Wounded Warrior Project, which empowers and assists members of the military, and is encouraging others to participate by “buying a brick” to help build a road to recovery for veterans. 

Each brick costs $300 and donors will receive a brass plaque with either their name or that of a loved one, which they can place on the “Road to Recovery.”

Last year, AMBEST donated $30,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project, which works to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in the nation's history. The group is armed with a set of core values they call FILIS – fun, integrity, loyalty, innovation and service.  “Those core values, values that we share as a company, along with a culture of teamwork, are why we at AMBEST can think of no better organization that deserves our support,” AMBEST said.

To buy a brick and contribute to the Wounded Warrior Project, email AMBEST@eventlogistics.com with the following information:

Name:                                                          
Location:
# of Bricks ($300.00 each):                         
Total:
Payment Options (select one) Check or Credit Card

Checks are to be made payable to “AMBEST.” Please specify “Wounded Warrior Project Donation” on the check. 

Mail to: AMBEST
c/o Event Logistics, Inc.
700 Church Street, Suite 100
Nashville, TN  37203

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