The Maven Group is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Recruiting firm specializing in the placement of Information Technology and Engineering professionals. Located in Apex, NC, they assist companies across the United States fill their most important positions. www.themavengroup.com
Carrot-Top's mission is to honor the American spirit by providing American-made products that build and promote patriotic, corporate, and individual pride. We aim to help our customers enhance permanent facilities and the unique events that bring their communities together. www.carrot-top.com
After exciting meetings with these two amazing companies, Mr. Carter and I are convinced these companies are run by great people. They care about veterans, they support our youth and their education, and I know they will take good care of you too. Thank you Maven Group and Carrot-Top for supporting us and our project!
~The NC to Normandy team
Thank you for inviting us to your Veterans Day celebration. Your presentation of WWII heroes and veterans taught us about service and honor. Thank you for the delicious lunch and opportunity to interact with your community! Mr. Michienzi shown with Kaelyn, Matthew and Cathy will come to Normandy with us!
Thank you to NBC Nightly News for sharing our story with the world! .
Thank you to the Public School Foundation for your support of NC to Normandy!
Our first real fundraiser was offered by Mr. John Haynes who made sure all donations went to our project. Mr. Haynes' presentation on D-Day was unforgettable!!! Thank you for help us start our fundraising campaign.
Thank you dear veterans for listening to our story . Your personal engagement and financial support are so appreciated!
Dear NBC News:
Thank you for helping us get the information to the general community. The response has been heart-warming. We loved meeting with the NBC Nightly News team!! You are the BEST!
The NC to Normandy team is grateful for every donation toward helping our veterans be honored in France
NC to Normandy students call themselves "Envoys of Honor" and share their story with the local community.
The production team from NBC News visited our school on Feb 1st to capture our veteran honorary procession and fundraising efforts. They also filmed our Greatest Generation event on Feb 2 as well as the students sharing journal entries on Saturday morning.
This picture shows the love behind the lights....GREAT people!
WRAL Kasey Cunningham interviews Elena Lowinger, Kaelyn Elien and WWII veteran George Chall.
Miles, Elena and Mr. Carter shared the NC to Normandy story on local radio.
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This awesome team will be filming our students in Normandy.....consider being our company sponsor. Contact Robin McMahon TODAY: email@example.com