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Brick Markers® Honors Those Who’ve Served

Posted by brickmarkersusa on June 2, 2011

The photo displays the amazing progress of the Collier County Freedom Memorial project. This memorial honors those who lost their lives during the attacks of 9/11.

Once a year we mark the beginning of summer with a day to honor and remember those who have paid the ultimate price for the freedoms we celebrate.  Memorial Day was originally enacted after the Civil War to honor Union and Confederate soldiers, but was extended to encompass all war soldiers after WWI.  Since then the holiday has evolved into the mark of summer’s beginning and used as a more generalized holiday for remembrance. 

Every year Memorial Day is an extremely important day to those of us at Brick Markers®.  Not only do we get to enjoy a three-day weekend like the rest of you, but also we always take the time to celebrate the many wonderful memorial projects we have been honored enough to be a part of over the years.  Some of our memorial projects include the Lower Makefield Township Veterans Square, the Collier County Freedom Memorial, the Pacific War Memorial, and the Arkansas Korean War Veterans Memorial

Our quality fundraising products have been utilized for hundreds of these projects across the country that honor service men and women, as well as those who have simply been special in someone’s life.  With our patented laser engraving processes these pavers and tiles are guaranteed to last a lifetime and the engraving will never fade, chip, peel or oxidize, keeping the memory of those men and women alive for generations to come.

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