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7th Annual Honor The Fallen 5K Set For Saturday, May 21 In College Grove, Tennessee

HONOR our nation’s fallen heroes, HEAL the unseen wounds of war for both our surviving families and veterans, CONNECT surviving family members & veterans with the civilian community

Featuring an all veteran songwriters round with Adam Warner, Brei Carter and Mark Addison Chandler

Executive Director & Blue-Star Mother Amy Cotta talks MOH mission and 5K on WSMV’s “Today In Nashville” [click to watch]

PHOTO GALLERY: 2021 Honor The Fallen 5K for media [view/download here]

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 17, 2022) – Memories of Honor, a 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville is gearing up for the 7th annual Honor the Fallen 5K, set for this Saturday, May 21 at The Grove in College Grove, Tennessee.

More than “just another” 5K, the HTF5K is a family-friendly, pet-friendly community event where friends of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities join in unity to show their love and support to our families of our Nation’s fallen heroes. And also to pay their respects to our military members and first responders, both past and present.

“We believe our fallen service members and their families deserve to be honored and remembered not just on Memorial Day, but every day,” said Amy Cotta, founder of Memories of Honor. “Our mission is to make every day Memorial Day by creating living, breathing memorials so no life loss as a result of serving our country goes forgotten.”

In addition to the 5K race, the food and the fun, HTF5K will also feature a very special all-veteran songwriters round with three Nashville-based up-and-coming singer-songwriters and recording artists. Country recording artist & Marine veteran Adam Warner, country singer-songwriter & Army veteran Brei Carter, and country singer-songwriter & combat Army veteran Mark Addison Chandler will join onstage post-race to share their stories in song and conversation.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
7:00am – Race attendee packet-pickup opens
8:50am – Staff announcements
8:55am – Color Guard & National Anthem (sung by Brei Carter)
9:00am – HTF5K race start
10:00am – HTF5K awards
10:15am – Passing of The Flag Ceremony
10:20am – Memorial Mile start
10:30am – Food Service begins
10:30am – Songwriters round begins (featuring Adam Warner, Brei Carter & Mark Addison Chandler)

To register or for the complete event schedule, visit HonorTheFallen5k.com.

About Memories of Honor:
Memories of Honor is a national 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville, Tennessee. Our mission is to make EVERY DAY Memorial Day. We use athletics, entertainment, special events, and social media campaigns to create living breathing memorials so that no loss of life in or due to military service is forgotten. MOH also produces other athletics events which honor military and veterans such as the Bataan Challenge, Social Distancing Challenge, Boots For Troops, 101 Heroes Ride, and others. Visit memoriesofhonor.org to learn more or to become involved.


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Memories Of Honor Adds Veteran Songwriters Round To 7th Annual Honor The Fallen 5K Event, May 21

Featuring military veteran songwriters & performers Adam Warner, Brei Carter & Mark Addison Chandler

Past Memories Of Honor 5K event photos galleries for media coverage [view/download here]

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 20, 2022)Memories of Honor, a 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville has announced the addition of a songwriters round performance event to their upcoming 7th annual Honor the Fallen 5K, set for Saturday, May 21 at The Grove in College Grove, Tennessee. The round will feature several up-and-coming veteran artists based in Nashville, including country recording artist & Marine veteran Adam Warner, country singer-songwriter & Army veteran Brei Carter, and country singer-songwriter & combat Army veteran Mark Addison Chandler. To register or for the complete event schedule, visit honorthefallen5k.com.

Memories of Honor produces and hosts several 5K events which pay tribute to the sacrifices made by our fallen military service members and their families.

“We believe our fallen service members and their families deserve to be honored and remembered not just on Memorial Day, but every day,” said Amy Cotta, founder of Memories of Honor. “Our mission is to make every day Memorial Day by creating living, breathing memorials so no life loss as a result of serving our country goes forgotten.”

More than “just another” 5K, the HTF5K is a family-friendly, pet-friendly community event where friends of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities join in unity to show their love and support to our families of our Nation’s fallen heroes. And also to pay their respects to our military members and first responders, both past and present.

HTF5K uniquely fosters patriotism and gratitude where participants wear a Fallen Hero Memorial Bib containing the name of a fallen US service member. Many of the families of the fallen are on hand to meet the participants. 

About Memories of Honor:
Memories of Honor is a national 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville, Tennessee. Our mission is to make EVERY DAY Memorial Day. We use athletics, entertainment, special events, and social media campaigns to create living breathing memorials so that no loss of life in or due to military service is forgotten. MOH also produces other athletics events which honor military and veterans such as the Bataan Challenge, Social Distancing Challenge, Boots For Troops, 101 Heroes Ride, and others. Visit memoriesofhonor.org to learn more or to become involved. 

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Memories Of Honor Partners With Nine Line Apparel To Launch Special Limited Edition T-Shirt, Now Available

Mens & womens t-shirt styles & colors photo gallery [click to view/download]

 7th annual ‘Honor The Fallen 5K’ set for May 21 at The Grove near Nashville

Memories Of Honor event photos gallery for media coverage [click to view/download]

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 4, 2022)Memories of Honor, a 501c3 nonprofit organization based in Nashville is excited to announce a new partnership with Nine Line Apparel, a patriotic lifestyle brand based in Savannah, Georgia to create a special limited edition design of a men’s, women’s and youth t-shirt. Now available for a limited time through April 18 for only $14.99/$25.99, the shirts can be purchased at ninelineapparel.com/collections/memories-of-honor. The shirts display a Battlefield Cross and the core message and mission of Memories Of Honor, to remember our fallen soldiers, and make everyday Memorial Day. Proceeds from the t-shirt sales will benefit Memories Of Honor. 

“As a veteran-owned giveback organization, our brand was built on the foundation of honoring those heroes we’ve lost in service to our country,” said Rich Caponi, Chief Revenue Officer at Nine Line Apparel. “We are proud to collaborate with Memories of Honor on a design to help recognize and remember the fallen, and to help amplify their mission to make every day a Memorial Day.”

7th Annual Honor The Fallen 5K, May 21:
The 7th annual Honor the Fallen 5K will take place on May 21 at 9:00am at The Grove in College Grove, Tennessee. Situated between Mother’s Day weekend and Memorial Day weekend, there is no better time to cover the families of our Nation’s heroes in our love and gratitude. 

More than “just another” 5K, the HTF5K is a family-friendly, pet-friendly community event where friends of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities join in unity to show their love and support to our families of our Nation’s fallen heroes. And also to pay their respects to our military members and first responders, both past and present.

HTF5K uniquely fosters patriotism and gratitude where participants wear a Fallen Hero Memorial Bib containing the name of a fallen US service member. Many of the families of the fallen are on hand to meet the participants. To register or for more information, visit honorthefallen5k.com.

“We believe our fallen service members and their families deserve to be honored and remembered not just on Memorial Day, but every day,” said Amy Cotta, founder of Memories of Honor. “Our mission is to make every day Memorial Day by creating living, breathing memorials so no life loss as a result of serving our country goes forgotten.”

About Memories of Honor:
Memories of Honor is a national 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville, Tennessee. Our mission is to make EVERY DAY Memorial Day. We use athletics, entertainment, special events, and social media campaigns to create living breathing memorials so that no loss of life in or due to military service is forgotten. MOH also produces other athletics events which honor military and veterans such as the Bataan Challenge, Social Distancing Challenge, Boots For Troops, 101 Heroes Ride, and others. Visit memoriesofhonor.org to learn more or to become involved. 

About Nine Line Apparel:
Founded in 2012 by Army Captain and former Special Operations Air Mission Commander Tyler Merritt, Nine Line Apparel is a patriotic lifestyle brand based out of Savannah, Georgia. Nine Line is known for their patriotic designs, and as a give-back organization that supports our nation’s veterans and first responders through the Nine Line Foundation and other non-profit initiatives. To learn more, visit ninelineapparel.com.  

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Memories Of Honor Announces Two Honorary Military & Veteran 5K Events In Nashville

Inaugural ‘Tour De Hawkins 5K’ set for April 2 at Vanderbilt University

 7th annual ‘Honor The Fallen 5K’ set for May 21 at The Grove

Past event photos galleries for media coverage [click here]

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 21, 2022)Memories of Honor, a 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville has announced two upcoming 5K events which will pay tribute to the sacrifices made by our fallen military service members and their families.

“We believe our fallen service members and their families deserve to be honored and remembered not just on Memorial Day, but every day,” said Amy Cotta, founder of Memories of Honor. “Our mission is to make every day Memorial Day by creating living, breathing memorials so no life loss as a result of serving our country goes forgotten.”

On April 2 at 9:00a CT, the Tour De Hawkins 5K will take place at Vanderbilt University as a part of the VandyBoys’ Military Appreciation Weekend when they take on in-state rival University of Tennessee. 

Lace up your tennis shoes and get ready to take a trip around Hawkins Field along with other Vanderbilt Athletics venues for this first-ever event. It will be an awesome way for anyone in the community to show their patriotism and support for those who have or continue to serve our country. It will also give an opportunity to run through several of the athletic facilities on Vanderbilt University’s campus, providing a 5K experience like none other. Facilities in the course include Hawkins Field, Vanderbilt Stadium, Outdoor Track & Field Complex, Soccer & Lacrosse Complex. 

The event is produced by Vanderbilt Athletics and benefiting Nashville based military Gold Star family nonprofit, Memories of Honor. To register or for more information, visit salutetoservice5k.com

On May 21 at 9:00am CT, the 7th annual Honor the Fallen 5K will take place at The Grove, in College Grove, Tennessee. Situated between Mother’s Day weekend and Memorial Day weekend, there is no better time to cover the families of our Nation’s heroes in our love and gratitude. 

More than “just another” 5K, the HTF5K is a family-friendly, pet-friendly community event where friends of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities join in unity to show their love and support to our families of our Nation’s fallen heroes. And also to pay their respects to our military members and first responders, both past and present.

HTF5K uniquely fosters patriotism and gratitude where participants wear a Fallen Hero Memorial Bib containing the name of a fallen US service member. Many of the families of the fallen are on hand to meet the participants. To register or for more information, visit honorthefallen5k.com.

About Memories of Honor:
Memories of Honor is a national 501c3 nonprofit based in Nashville, Tennessee. Our mission is to make EVERY DAY Memorial Day. We use athletics, entertainment, special events, and social media campaigns to create living breathing memorials so that no loss of life in or due to military service is forgotten. MOH also produces other athletics events which honor military and veterans such as the Bataan Challenge, Social Distancing Challenge, Boots For Troops, 101 Heroes Ride, and others. Visit memoriesofhonor.org to learn more or to become involved. 

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