Historic Pro-Troop Caravan Crosses Nation

March 12, 2007

Announcing: NewsGuests.com and the “Move America Forward – These Colors Don’t Run!” Bus Tour — Coming to your city in the next 5 days.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 12 /Christian Newswire/ — On the eve of the 4th Anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom, a national patriotic caravan of military families will come to cities across America on its way from California to Washington, D.C. The “THESE COLORS DON’T RUN” caravan of vehicles including motorhomes, cars, trucks and motorcycles is being organized by the nation’s largest grassroots pro-troop organization, Move America Forward.

The patriotic and pro-troop caravan will stop at 25 cities across the country, conducting pro-troop rallies at each stop. At the rallies, Move America Forward will collect American flags from attendees – the flags will be brought to the final rally location on Capitol Mall in Washington, D.C. where they will be erected into a powerful and patriotic “Flag City” display.

At the conclusion of the rally each flag will be sent to a U.S. Service member stationed in either Iraq or Afghanistan along with a placard showing who donated the flag, and how it flew in a patriotic show of support for our troops and their missions in the war on terrorism.

The public is invited to join the caravan with their own vehicles, decorating them with red, white and blue patriotic flair.

NewsGuests.com national account manager Noel Zimmerman will be traveling on this caravan and looks forward to meeting you in person at each press conference along the way.

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