Operation Vet NOW’s (OVN) Fallen Heroes Tribute is Back for the 2021 Amsoil Snocross Championship Series!

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For Immediate Release – 12 Jan 2021 — OVN announced they will return for the 2021 Amsoil Snocross Championship Series season with their OVN Fallen Heroes Tribute project, a special program to honor our nations heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
“We are excited to work together for the third year with some of the top teams in the Snocross Championship series, to pay tribute to our American fallen heroes, and a special segment honoring 8 female military heroes,” said Cheryl Aubrey, President of OVN.

OVN takes great pride in paying tribute to these brave service members at Snocross and other large-scale events nationwide. This race season will be very special, for the third consecutive year the two Pro-Sleds of Scheuring Speed Sports, piloted by #13 Lincoln Lemieux & #208 Hunter Patenaude, will carry the name of seven Air Force heroes, one at each remaining stop along the 2021 circuit. Steve Scheuring has been the vital link to the success of this special program to honor our fallen heroes, and OVN salutes his dedication to our country and those who serve.


An exciting addition to the 2021 program is a special tribute to fallen female heroes, #27 Pro Snow Biker, and daughter of US Marine, Jackie Riess will honor a different female service member at the final seven races of the Pro-Snow Bike season. Our female military members and veterans are a vital part of our nation’s defense and we will especially honor that service this race season, sharing their stories of the brave service to this country.


You can find out more information about OVN and the Fallen Heroes Tribute project at the dedicated web link www.opvetnow.org/fallen-heroes-project. OVN honors nearly 100 fallen heroes every year across America. Founded in 2017, OVN is managed and operated by Veterans on a volunteer basis. OVN is a 501 (C) 3 nonprofit organization that facilitates connecting our nation’s Veterans, and their families, to care for and support those who suffer from combat and transitional stress.

For more information on OVN, press only:
Cheryl Aubrey
412-347-1767
[email protected]
For more information on the organization: www.opvetnow.org
For more information on Scheuring Speed Sports visit : https://www.scheuring-speedsports.com
For more information on Jackie Riess visit: https:/www.jackieriess.com