What do you "embrace"? We "embrace" Beethoven Found’s Wounded Warrior Memorial Day Tribute
Posted 5 November 2011 3:16 AM by Anonymous
Wednesday November 2, 2011 – Embrace Home Loans – Rockville, MD donates $2500 to Beethoven Found, a 501(C)3, for their Wounded Warrior Memorial Day Tribute.
Beethoven Found is a charitable corporation created to utilize major symphony orchestras to help support people in need by organizing concerts to raise funds, provide entertainment, culture, and classical music education in a fun environment.
In this photo, (L-R) David Myers of Beethoven Found, Bill Rozek (center)
presents the check for $2,500 to Brett Murray (right)
of Beethoven Found
as part of the Embrace Home Loans “Charity of Choice” Competition.
Bill Rozek Senior Loan Officer
of Embrace Home Loans Rockville, MD
office selected the charity and the specific cause “Tribute to the Wounded Warrior”; a Memorial Day Tribute to Wounded Warriors.
On May 27th, 2012, Beethoven Found
will host the largest event of talented performers ever assembled for any occasion. Over 200 members in an all star symphony and over 500 members in the chorus. A true musical extravaganza. We are expecting more than 30,000 people for this event.
is a cause extremely important to Beethoven Found
. We have held countless concerts and events on behalf of Wounded Warriors
. It's our way of saying, 'Thank You' for their dedication and loyalty to the United States
and the citizens they have pledged their lives to protect. Sept. 11 also served as a catalyst for conflicts Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
and Operation Enduring Freedom
(OEF). Operation Iraqi Freedom refers to military operations in Iraq that began March 19, 2003 and officially ended August 31, 2010. Operation Enduring Freedom refers to combat operations in Afghanistan
and other regions in support of the Global War on Terror
. With advancements in battlefield medicine and body armor, an unprecedented percentage of service members are surviving severe wounds or injuries. For every U.S. soldier killed in World Wars I
and II, there were 1.7 soldiers wounded. In Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, for every U.S. soldier killed, seven are wounded. Combined, there have been almost 42,000 injured in the two conflicts – nearly 32,000 injured in Operation Iraqi Freedom and nearly 10,000 in Operation Enduring Freedom.
We will never forget our Vietnam Vets and soldiers from other Wars.
They all need our help! Learn More; http://www.beethovenfound.org/pages/causes/wounded-warriors.php
You Tube Video BeethovenFound Wounded Warriors June 27th 2011
For more information on Beethoven Found
call 301-332-8318 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
As a business incentive and reward for meeting and exceeding Embrace Home Loans
business goals and objectives, a monthly competition between our Retail and Direct Loan Officers has been established called the “Charity of Choice” Competition
. The division winners of the competition receive a charitable donation from Embrace Home Loans
made out to the charity of their choice.
“Charity of Choice” Competition
winners from Embrace Home Loans
donate $2,500 each consecutive month through December 2011 to a local charity which has been nominated by the winning team and selected by it’s employees.
Embrace Home Loans
has a culture of giving,” says Rozek
, “over the past 5 years alone we have donated more than $13.5 million dollars to charities both big and small.”
Senior Loan Officer
Bill brings over 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry to the Embrace Home Loans team. Instead of traditional marketing efforts, Bill has focused his business based on referrals. His personal focus on finding the right solution for his customer is why so many are repeat customers and refer their friends and family.
In addition to serving on the Maryland Mortgage Brokers Association, Bill is involved in many local chambers of commerce and a member of the By Referral Only instructional organization.
Call me: 301-354-8279
Rockville , 800 King Farm Boulevard, Suite 210A, Rockville, MD 20850