The Thirteenth Annual Armed Forces Day Parade, hosted by Greenville County Schools, Lockheed Martin, and veterans’ service organizations, will be held downtown on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 4 p.m. All donations will go to this year’s parade to make sure it’s a success! To donate, follow this link: https://upstatewarriorsolution.charityproud.org/Donate/Index/3490.
The parade lineup begins at 2 p.m. in the Coffee Street and Spring Street areas. The route includes Main Street from Coffee Street to Augusta Street. The parade, funded through donations, is anticipated to be completed within forty-five minutes. For more information, regarding donations or the parade, follow this link: from https://upstatewarriorsolution.charityproud.org/Donate/Index/3490.
We would like to take the opportunity to personally invite you to join us in the event as we celebrate and honor our military veterans, active men and women in uniform, and first responders. Downtown residents and businesses are also encouraged to display our national colors on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Additionally, One City Plaza will be utilized for displays and exhibits for military and veteran organizations. Come support or join our efforts to educate the public from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Should you desire to be a volunteer and assist in the parade please log into the Armed Forces Day web page, https://greenvillearmedforcesday.com/, and sign up under volunteers.
For all other questions, please visit https://greenvillearmedforcesday.com or contact us at 864-355-8876.
Partners include the following:
United States Marine Corps Historical Company
Marine Corps League #1105
Vietnam Veterans of America #523
American Legion Post 214
John and Sandy Thompson
Upstate Warrior Solution
Greenville County Schools
Lindsey Graham’s Sr Advisor Representative
William Timmon’s Sr Advisor Representative
SC Army National Guard Greenville
Blue Star Mothers, Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc
American Legion Post #3
U.S. Navy Reserve Greenville
SMFC SCANG SOS