we will conduct a motorcycle demonstration ride in our nations' capitol to raise awareness of the critical issues facing our nation’s veterans and demand action for the 82,000 service members missing, as well as raise awareness of the 22 veterans who die by suicide each day.
The message will be clear throughout: we will never forget our POWs and MIAs, and we won’t stop fighting for real solutions to the suicide crisis.
AMVETS would like to thank all who rode, supported, volunteered, and performed at this year's Rolling to Remember Demonstration event this Memorial Day weekend. Because of you, we were able to uphold a decades-long protest in our nation's capital on behalf of our service members and veterans.
This ride making strides when it comes to providing Americans a voice to advocate for our missing in action and our veterans struggling with mental health concerns. We appreciate everyone's patience as we continue to work toward providing the best weekend experience.
When AMVETS picked up the mantle of hosting this iconic, impactful cause, we understood that it would take time to re-establish the recognition and support Rolling Thunder had so impressively created over 33 years. With each Rolling to Remember, we are growing closer to raise that level of awareness for our missing in action, as well as awareness for the plights that are veteran suicide, toxic exposure, and many more to come.
Again, thank you for all you do to make Rolling to Remember happen. Here's to 2023.
We'll see you in May.