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A Veterans motorcycle group visiting the continental 48 will bring attention to soldier suicide and veterans’ homelessness when they ride through Wilmington on July 11th

Mayor Purzycki will welcome a group of veterans, (48-4-4Gotten) traveling to 48 states to Constitution Yards at the Riverfront at 4:30 pm on July 11.

The Louisiana-based “Ride of the Brotherhood” will be bringing attention to issues such as soldier suicide, veterans’ homelessness and the fact that there are still MIA’s in Southeast Asia.

Kicking off in Louisiana on July 6, the convoy will include the military-themed trike, “Never Forget” and the support vehicle “Got 6.”

The vehicles are emblazoned with images of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. Before arriving in Wilmington there will be stops in Jackson, MS, Montgomery AL, Tallahassee, FL, Atlanta, GA, Columbia, SC, Raleigh, NC, Richmond, VA and Annapolis, MD.

The public is invited to join in the welcome at Constitution Yards and wish the riders well as they head north to their next stop in Trenton, New Jersey with only thirty-eight stops remaining!

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