HOT SPRINGS -- Arkansas Motorcycle Honor Ride will host the first annual “Operation Promise Kept” from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 4 at Hot Springs Memorial Field, 525 Airport Road to support the Brooke Army Medical Center.
The event will include a motorcycle ride, which will leave the Jacksonville Museum of Military History in Jacksonville, Arkansas at 9:30 a.m., proceeding to Hot Springs Memorial Field, followed by a color guard presentation and a flyover salute to the military.
In addition, there will be music, a car show, antique bike show, motorcycle and aviation static displays, a benefit auction, door prizes, and miscellaneous vendors.
This event is volunteer-based, and all of the net proceeds will go to the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. The center is a non-profit donation-based organization that provides an environment where primary family members can provide daily support and encouragement in a non-hospital environment. Their mission is to honor wounded soldiers and improve their quality of life as they undergo treatment and rehabilitation.
The center is one of two highly specialized military trauma hospitals serving the needs of wounded soldiers, and is also the U.S. military’s burn trauma center. BAMC serves all branches of the military.
To preregister for the ride, go to arkansashonorride.org . For more information, call 501 276 1452.