Stephanie McMahon joins the Paralyzed Veterans of America in honoring veterans
ARLINGTON, Va. – Honoring America’s veterans, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon joined the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) at Arlington National Cemetery for the annual Veterans Day Ceremony. Alongside the PVA, McMahon took part in the honored tradition of laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Today I was truly humbled to represent the Paralyzed Veterans of America, and lay a wreath with the President of the @pva1946 Al Kovach Jr., Nadeem Butler, and George Chmiel at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery in honor of our veterans who never came home. No words can describe that honor. Our veterans and their families make so many sacrifices every day that are easy for the rest of us to take for granted. #VeteransDay is an opportunity for us to show our gratitude. To all of the men and women who serve, thank you for dedicating your lives to protect our freedom. #VeteransMatter
Honoring veterans, Paralyzed Veterans of America is celebrating 70 years of veterans serving veterans. Stephanie McMahon joined PVA National President, Al Kovach Jr., Ultramarathon runner and documentarian George Chmiel and President & CEO of Technatomy Corporation and veteran Nadeem Butler to take part in the ceremony.