Ride To Honor Gran Fondo A Huge Success!

This year’s Ride to Honor Gran Fondo was a huge success and wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our wonderful partners and sponsors.

The Army’s Army would like to thank all of our partners and members who made this day possible; John Meroski, CEO of the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, & Chairman of The Army’s Army, Mike Thomas, Cross Creek Cycling Club (C4), Pepsi Bottling Ventures, Sam’s Club, The Republik, Spring Lake Parks & Recreation, Walgreens, PWC, American Legion Auxiliary, Sonic, Blashfield Sign & Company Inc., Leaflet Presbyterian Church, Anderson Creek Christian Center, Cumberland Oratorio Singers, Hawley’s Bicycle World, Counter Attacks Cycles, Spring Lake Police Department, Harnett Police Department, Cumberland Police Department, Jeb Designs, Kellie Aldridege, South View High School Students, Rich and Heather Barbaro, April Martinez, Philip Martinez, Jonathan Dump, Andrew Burdine, and our Army’s Army members!

Opening ceremonies for the event featured remarks by injured North Carolina State Trooper, Humberto Reyna, and his wife, Kay, as well as special appearances by Major General Jimmie Jaye Wells, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Forces Command, at Fort Bragg and Major General Richard D. Clarke, 82nd Airborne Division Commanding General.