Highlights of the Tampa Bay Veterans Day Parade

Last weekend Bosley & Bratch had the honor of participating in the Tampa Bay Veterans Day Parade.  Ralph Bratch drove the deuce and a half through the parade route while attorneys and staff passed out treats to the kids and carried signs thanking the vets for their service.  Some of the other participants included representatives from the Patriot Riders, MacDill Air Force Base Honor Guards, Buffalo Soldiers, and the Girl Scouts.  In all there were over fifty groups who marched in the parade through the Town and Country neighborhood.  The Grand Marshal, Colonel April D Vogel, started the parade promptly at 10:00 AM.  It was a beautiful, joyous day and many vets came out to be honored.  Parade highlights are shared in the following photos.  Happy Veterans Day to all who have served. 

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Our Florida veterans disability attorneys are here to help you get the benefits you deserve. Call Bosley & Bratch at (800) 953-6224 or complete our free veterans benefits case evaluation form.

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