Atlanta Braves to honor those who have served this Veterans Day
ATLANTA (November 10, 2020) – The Atlanta Braves will celebrate the men and women who serve or have served in our nation’s military in honor of Veterans Day this Wednesday, November 11.
As a part of their Veterans Day celebration, the Braves will deploy their Los Bravos food truck to the Atlanta VA Medical Center on November 11 from 11 a.m.-noon. In partnership with Braves concessionaire, Delaware North, the Braves will prepare 300 plus meals for distribution to patients and staff at the medical center.
The Braves will also recognize veterans through a series of video tributes across their social channels. The videos will feature Braves front office employee, Tyler Holley, A-List member, Carolyn Emery, and Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Richard Sneed, with Sneed discussing the impact Native Americans have made in our Armed Forces.
In addition, the Atlanta Braves will host a virtual panel of front office veterans with an audience of veterans from across the Warrior Alliance network. The discussion will be moderated by a [veteran family member], Olivia Garrison from The Warrior Alliance, and take place from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. Panelists include Ron Rodriguez, Event Operations, Tyler Holley, Community Affairs, and Louis Jackman, Security.
The Braves will also offer the men and women who serve our country a special discount on Truist Park stadium tours. Veterans can book discounted tickets for $11 per tour starting November 11 through December 23 at www.Braves.com/Tours.
Link to original press release: https://www.mlb.com/press-release/press-release-braves-to-honor-military-on-veterans-day