IAVA seeking to re-invent Veterans Day with virtual parade

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By Connecting Vets

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America is looking to reinvent how Veterans Day is celebrated this year in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

IAVA will host a Facebook live event Tuesday to discuss its upcoming and first of its kind Support America’s Veterans (SAV) March,  a virtual nationwide parade set for Nov. 11. 

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The organization seeks to empower, unite and connect Post-9/11 veterans through its programs and services. IAVA Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Butler and Chief Operating Officer Sean Ullman will hold a Facebook Live event to provide details about the virtual march Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. EST. 

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The discussion is free and open to the public.

Reach Julia LeDoux at Julia@connectingvets.com
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