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-- Thanks so much -- -- with major Dan Rooney and I'm with Sara -- -- a scholarship recipient from a great organization that you started.
Folds of honor tell me what did it look first of all -- before the -- thank you -- -- that they were.
Out here on on the -- it's about what this.
His family his friends.
It's great Americans -- -- here.
In the folds of honor we give scholarships to spouses and kids we've had some money either killed or disabled.
In Iraq and Afghanistan.
And that will be close to 4000 recipients here in the next couple weeks and.
There is as one of those.
I wanna get to how you came up the idea just a moment diverse -- congratulations you just graduated from Auburn idea -- dead.
And unfortunately you lost your father back in 1995.
Both you and your brother have been recipients of folds of honor scholarships.
In what way did it help you to be able to complete your education.
My fashion as he heads and you know obviously it -- -- financially from my mom and I think more than that it's just nice to have.
A group of people who don't even telling you just come around and say you know we won't forget the -- -- that not only your dad made that that that your family made as well.
And they've done that and you know it's -- advantage.
Congratulations to you again and I know that in 2007 was it that you saw a four year old.
Waiting for the casket of his father and it changed your life forever as far as this organization but.
Did might just returned grab my second tour of duty in Iraq it's an F sixteen pilot and ended up on -- commercial airline pilot actually twin Brothers one bringing the other one home that was killed in Iraq and he had a four year old son and there's a term that I use in life synchronicity.
Which is chance for the purpose I don't believe in chance and at that moment -- got follow me on a mission in my life to help.
One child and they said will be here here 4000 recipients here in the next couple weeks and unfortunately there's almost a million dependents now that fall under that category of having someone either killed or disabled -- about 87% not getting federal education assistance.
So the gap is huge.
And you're serving to.
Still part of that gap now people are wondering why do we have applies -- horse out here and that's what it.
What the heck is Budweiser is relationship with you well I think Versteeg you do not have to lobby in the military to be a patriot.
And there are great ways to serve and we're really we're free 99% of this country courtesy of 1% to step up and put the uniform on.
Budweiser -- stepped in and an amazing -- got -- a great chance here.
Look at the new label on the stars and stripes can't there in their -- and nick.
For every piece of Budweiser sold in America back to cold water started in May goes through -- -- -- holiday again she had declined stale.
Witness -- looking beautiful today is beautiful animals and but.
We can all do of course and it's fourth of July weekend so -- little patriotism and -- can't Budweiser.
Wonder you know it is -- little -- -- -- many people to do that on -- -- -- alive though Sarah what do you hope to do a month.
Actually just moved to Dallas Tex says and I loved and I used to live there and tell us and I am now on medical sales.
So radicals and yet and what about your brother he is it's all getting a degree in business and thinking he just finish -- off my -- Well hats off to this wonderful organization -- -- -- giving people like Sarah the opportunity to complete the education what is the website for people actually folds of honor.
-- -- -- like that folded bag holds on and on organ match again as we started this segment.
Is to encourage everybody take a couple minutes over the fourth of July week that's weren't -- -- what it's really about it's about freedom.
And those who defend it and -- have -- where to live in the greatest country in the world.
And by all means -- of a Budweiser.
And step up is is patriots and take care great.
Men and women like Sarah here.
Your great American for all that you do happy -- -- sliding into him again.
All right let's head back inside.
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