In recognition of Veterans Day, November 11, 2021, STRATA Networks announced their role in the reconstruction of the American Legion Post 22 building in Duchesne, Utah. The American Legion Post 22 building is an important landmark within the Duchesne Community because it has been a part of the American Legion for 100 years and serves as a point of pride in the community. Unfortunately, for many years the building has been impacted by everyday wear and tear, mold, and mice infestation, and is in need of extensive repair.
Starting in the Spring of 2022, STRATA Networks has committed themselves to help fund, coordinate, and support the reconstruction and fundraising efforts for the American Legion Post 22 building. This building has been a staple, providing servicemen a way to make friendships, serve their community, and give them the resources and contacts they need to navigate through society.
With the constant goal of supporting the community, STRATA Networks is excited about this new venture and seeks the help of the community and surrounding areas by inviting them to donate to this reconstruction. The construction and care of a building as important as this one involves many people and STRATAappreciatesany contribution the community can provide.
For more information on the American Legion Post 22 building and the many veterans that it serves go to www.stratanetworks.com/we-connect-lives.
For more information on donation efforts, go to www.stratanetworks.com/americanlegion.
For more information on in-kind donations or any other inquiries about the reconstruction of the American Legion Post 22 building, contact the marketing team at email@example.com.
100 % of all donations collected will be donated to the reconstruction of the American Legion Post 22 building in Duchesne. These donations will be used for equipment and supplies. All of the costs and services incurred in this project will be provided by STRATA Networks.
“Patriotism makes common people raise to levels that make history, and the reason it is important for the American Legion to have a place to meet -this is common ground. A point of pride for our community.”
– Rod Harrison, Commander,
American Legion Post 22 Vietnam War Veteran.
By donating and serving those who have served us, you can help give our local veterans the building and the support they deserve.
For questions on this press release, contact Tyler Rasmussen at 622-5007, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.