October 23, 2010

WEST CHESTER PRO-TROOP / PRO-AMERICA VICTORY RALLY – 10/23/10

Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 10:41 pm

Patriots from all over Chester County came to stand behind our troops and show them how much we love them and appreciate their sacrifice and effort.

The highlight of the day was Nichi. She’s a Two-Star Blue Star Mom, she has 2 sons in the Army. Her son Toby is a Warrant Officer in Afghanistan, he’s a helicopter pilot, he’s been in for 10 years. Her other son is Tyler, he’s a special forces Sergeant, currently at Fort Bragg, he’s been in for 7 years. She held the flag for us as we sang the National Anthem and said a prayer for our troops, their families, and our country.

This was Nichi’s first time with us. “I live in West Chester and I’ve driven by and seen you all many times. I always wanted to join you and today I finally did it. Its very uplifting.” Both of her sons have been to Iraq and Afghanistan. We had a little extra feeling in our singing as we thought about Nichi’s hero sons. You can see from the picture on the right that it got a little emotional for Nichi too. She said, “I am so glad to have met everyone today. I really needed this, thank you so much. I look forward to seeing everyone next week.”

Colin Hanna and his wife Pricie drove by and gave us a big “Thumbs Up”. It’s always great to see them. Colin is the President of Let Freedom Ring, he’s also a proud veteran, he was a Captain and a pilot in the US Navy and he’s a former Chester County Commissioner. Colin is often seen on television providing commentary on many current events.

After the rally, we walked a couple blocks to the Goodwill Fire Company to meet Tom Corbett, republican candidate for governor. He sounded energized and upbeat as he talked about the last 10 days of this 2-year journey. He wants to make Pennsylvania the “World Series Champion – the best state in the union” and has a plan to do it.

He spent a long time mingling and talking with the people. He’s very popular and we all look forward to seeing him get the chance to implement his ideas and plans.

We had a great time, everyone is motivated and ready to go. Thanks to all who made it happen. Thanks especially to our heroic troops and their families – YOU ARE THE BEST OF AMERICA!

October 16, 2010

WEST CHESTER PRO-TROOP VICTORY RALLY – 10/16/10

Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 5:15 pm

We had a spectacular rally, the wind was at our backs and made our flags look terrific. We were honored to have Chester County Sheriff Bunny Welsh hold the flag for us as we sang the National Anthem. Go Troops and Go Phillies!

Another highlight was meeting Sean. He’s a teenager from Delaware and showed us some of his great breakdance gymnastic moves including backflips with a full-twist. He’s very talented and personable and he most definitely has a bright future. Thanks for stopping by to say hello Sean.

At the end we took time to sing the National Anthem and say a prayer for our troops.

October 15, 2010

WEST CHESTER VICTORY RALLY – PRO-TROOP / PRO-AMERICA – 10/9/10

Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 10:16 am

Thanks to all the patriots who show public support and pride for our troops and America. We always end each rally by singing the Star Spangled Banner and saying the Lord’s Prayer for our soldiers protection and success.

See you next Saturday. Thank You Troops! Thank You Military Families! God Bless America!

October 4, 2010

PRO-TROOP / PRO-AMERICA RALLY IN WEST CHESTER, PA – 10/2/10

Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 4:30 pm

Another large turnout of patriots stood together to show public support for our troops and country on a perfect fall day. Four Military Moms held the flag for us during our closing song and prayer.

One of the highlights was Joan and Keith, who were walking by. They told me their nephew was in Afghanistan, he’s in the Army. They stood with us as we sang the National Anthem and said the Lord’s Prayer for our troops.

We always pray for our troops protection and success in all their missions. We are forever grateful for their sacrifice. The best part of the rally is the camaraderie, there’s a closeness, a trust, and understanding, especially for what our military families go through as they worry about their loved ones every day.

Thanks to everyone for coming out and making our rallies such a fun and motivational experience.

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