NEENAH, WIS – No Better Friend Corp. continued our ‘Fight for America’ tour last week on Veterans Day in Neenah. It was an incredible feeling to be surrounded by 500 patriotic Wisconsinites as we celebrated our nation’s heroes and focused on what we can do to protect the future of our country.
The event featured Benghazi hero and Marine Corps veteran Mark “Oz” Geist; special forces Army veteran Greg Stube; radio show host, ‘Regular Joe’ Giganti; andpro-America activist Scott Presler. Neenah was our second ‘Fight for America’ rally – coming on the heels of a rally in West Allis that over 1,000 attended, and that featured nationally syndicated radio show host Buck Sexton and Vivek Ramaswamy, author of Woke, Inc. The rallies are part of No Better Friend Corp.’s $1.5 million statewide messaging campaign, aimed at encouraging Wisconsinites to actively get involved in fighting for the future of our state and nation.
All four of our Veterans Day speakers in Neenah prepared our attendees with the tools to fight back against the forces that seek to undermine our society – and placed a strong emphasis on faith, love, and compassion.