Domino’s delivers $10,000 check to Permian Basin Honor Flight
Domino’s Pizza Franchise recently presented the team at Permian Basin Honor Flight (PBHF) with a $10,000 check to support its ongoing efforts to honor veteran heroes.
As we reported in a recent profile, the PBHF is a powerful organization that gifts veterans of WWII and the wars in Korea and Vietnam with all-inclusive three-day trips to Washington D.C., where they visit the memorials in their honor and are celebrated by their families, friends and the general public. In May, the PBHF completed its 10th mission, flying out 100 local veterans on a chartered flight. The experience is life-changing for veterans and volunteers alike.
Among PBHF’s team of volunteer organizers is Cassie Gerety, owner of West Texas Domino’s, a regular contributor to PBHF. Gerety took the flight with her veteran father, describing the experience as “eye-opening.” Her veteran brother also greatly benefited from the experience.
The $10,000 raised by Domino’s came from multiple West Texas locations during the company’s $3 pizza events, according to PBHF.
“This is on top of the monthly giving from employees within the West Texas Franchise,” PBHF stated on Facebook. “From all of us here at the Permian Basin Honor Flight, we say thank you for supporting our local veterans for a trip of a lifetime they so deserve.”
To join Domino’s in supporting the PBHF’s efforts to provide local veterans with the recognition and experience they deserve, visit its website here.