The holidays are an especially meaningful and emotional time for our military men and women who want nothing more than to be able to spend a few days at home with the ones they love. 

Unfortunately for some, the expense of getting home isn’t always manageable, and instead of being in the presence of family, and enjoying the smell of turkey and homemade cookies baking, some have to settle for phone conversations and Skype meetings half way around the world. A lot of citizens are unaware that service members are required to pay for all expenses regarding personal travel. 

The Boots For Troops Warrior Morale Project will help those service members, who can’t afford travel, get home for Christmas The Warrior Morale Project launched last year for Christmas 2015. 

The project was able to assist eight service members with their travel expenses last Christmas, including six of those eight coming home from over sea’s. One of the service members the project helped was Petty Officer 2nd Class Jamon 

Jefferson of the United States Navy.

The Warrior Morale Project falls under Boots For Troops, a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and depends solely on the generosity and giving spirit of the American people. We are honored to be able to give back to our military men and women, together we can all make a difference in the lives of others. 
The organization has teamed up with Rancourt Collision and Automotive Repair to Present the first ever Concert in the Country! 
The event will take place November 19th at Show Sports Farm. (32931 Wright Rd. Magnolia, TX 77355). Gates open at 5PM and music starts at 6PM. Live performances by Jason Cassidy, Jake Worthington, Jody Booth, and David Byrnes. 
The event will also feature food trucks and live presentations for service members in the local area. Cowboy Dave Houston’s favorite Cowboy will be in attendance as the MC for the event. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Warrior Morale Project to help bring service members home for Christmas. Tickets available for only $20 at 

Search Concert in the Country (Tomball, TX). 
As always Boots For Troops appreciates the support from all who give. A big thank you to the sponsors of Concert in the Country. Rancourt Collision and Automotive Repair, Boot Barn, Tomball Ford, All Floors and More, HVAC Systems, TurfCo Landscape Management, Chris George/Deitra Robertson Real Estate,

G&C Cylinder, Carl’s Refrigeration, MX2 Concrete and Magnolia Towing and Recovery.

If you are unable to make it to the concert you can get involved with the Warrior Morale Project 
including sponsoring flights for service members how may need help by contacting Boots For Troops at

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Lindsey George at 281-794-9128 or email at