In December, 2010, we knew that we wanted to help American military servicemen and women and their families in any way that we could. We started with the thought of helping out a military family who was struggling financially and help them with their Christmas gifts. We then started discussing ways to show military families and veterans
In December, 2010, we knew that we wanted to help American military servicemen and women and their families in any way that we could. We started with the thought of helping out a military family who was struggling financially and help them with their Christmas gifts. We then started discussing ways to show military families and veterans that we appreciate those who have sacrificed for our country.
To support Military Families, Wounded Warriors, and Veterans! We want to give the ultimate thank you for their service and empower them to know that fellow Americans are appreciative of what they do to defend our country.
Since 2010 we have helped out thousands of service members and their families with everyday struggles and beyond. We have taken it as our duty to step up to the plate and sacrifice whatever it takes to recognize those who have made the ultimate sacrifices for our country.
Dear supporters of Truckin4Troops,
As we were reminded about our jeep raffle, we completely forgot that the raffle was supposed to take place on March 14th. Scott just got back in town from another road trip. Six months ago we were notified that the jeep we were raffling off would be recalled due to problems with manufacture build. We have been actively trying to get a Ford ranger in order to build a "Patriot truck" somewhat replicating our Trucking4Troops F650 pickup trucks. Sorry that we have not notified anyone about this because we were waiting to see if we would have another raffle vehicle to replace the jeep. We're very close to making this happen.
We will be notifying your by Facebook when the truck is built and ready to go. If you are interested in turning over your purchased jeep raffle tickets into the new "Patriot Truck" raffle you don't need to do anything further. But if anyone would like a refund, please contact Scott at 410-977-8471.
Thank you and we're so very sorry that the recall happened. The new "Patriot Truck" raffle will be used to support three Gold Star Mom‘s scholarship funds; Maryland's 9/11 Rolling Memorial; Camp4Heroes; and Truckin4Troops. Again, we are very sorry for the mishap and will keep you up-to-date on the status of the new raffle.
Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020 events will be postponed until further notice. Thank you for your support and understanding.
We will publish updates as we receive them.
"Happy Hour with Truckin4Troops"
The Pier Oyster Bar & Grill
48 S River Road South
Edgewater, MD 21037
"1st Annual Golf Tournament"
Chartwell Golf & Country Club
1 Chartwell Drive
Severna Park, MD 21146
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March 14th is Officially Proclaimed Truckin 4 Troops Day in the State of Maryland by Governor Larry Hogan.
“You guys aren’t just like an organization; you guys are family to me,” Truckin 4 Troops founder Scott Mallary recalled a wounded veteran telling him. Mallary did not start the Millersville-based foundation for those kinds of relationships, but rather because he saw a need to get wounded veterans active and reintegrated into day-to-day life. That those close relationships arose is a testament to the impact Truckin 4 Troops has had on the wounded veterans it has helped. Another testament: Governor Larry Hogan declared March 14 Truckin 4 Troops day in Maryland.
“The governor deeply respects our men and women in uniform,” press secretary Erin Montgomery noted. Accordingly, Hogan was happy to have the opportunity to honor Truckin 4 Troops and help its cause. Among the representatives from Governor Hogan at the Classy in Camo gala were the governor’s daughter, Jaymi Sterling, and Maryland Secretary of Veterans Affairs George Owings, who presented the proclamation.
Mallary said he played no role in Hogan’s proclamation. In fact, Mallary did not even find out about the proclamation until the day it was released, March 14, which was also Truckin 4 Troop’s Classy in Camo gala. Though surprised by the honor, Mallary was thrilled with the recognition. “I thought it was pretty cool, pretty special,” Mallary conveyed. “It’s pretty cool to have a day recognized by the governor. He believes in what we do.”
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