Fulton Homes seeks to raise money for Wounded Warriors Project

Anyone who visits a Fulton Homes community, and tours a new model home can make a donation of $10 and receive a U.S. flag kit. Fulton Homes will then match any $10 donation offered with all donations going to Wounded Warriors Project. / Submitted Photo / Queen Creek Independent

 

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Queen Creek Independent

For the sixth consecutive year Fulton Homes is showing its appreciation for America’s veterans by encouraging Valley residents to display the U.S. flag, while benefiting the Wounded Warriors Project.

The Tempe-based homebuilder has again partnered with 100.7 KSLX for the “Fly the Flag for Veteran’s Day” campaign. The program starts Monday, Sept. 24 and runs through Sunday, Nov. 11, according to a press release.

Anyone who visits Fulton Homes new communities and tours a new model home can make a donation of $10 and receive a full-size U.S. flag kit. Fulton Homes will then match any $10 donation offered, up to a maximum of $25,000.

Some Fulton Homes local communities include Cooley Station in Gilbert as well as Ironwood Crossing and Queen Creek Station in Queen Creek.

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