Sponsors and Partners

Supporting those who serve.

 

Gain Access to the $15 Billion Dollar Spending Power of Military Families

Educate them about your services and products. Grow your customer base. Increase sales.

Sponsors 

  • Black and Decker
  • Anonymous Patriot
  • Dunkin' Donuts
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
  • O'Connor, Piper, and Flynn
  • Podcast and Radio
  • LAP Consulting
  • Maryland Stare Arts Council
  • Daily Grind
  • Herman's Bakery
  • Baltimore Folk Music Society

 

 

 

 

 Charitable Partner

We Serve Too

To provide deployment, reunion, sustainment, relocation support for military children.

Part of the proceeds from the events will be donated to our charitable partner. This charitable partner is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, designating sponsorship fees as tax-deductible charitable donations.

Books

  • "We Serve Too! A Child's Deployment Book”
  • “A Child's Reunion Book, The Homecoming Box”
  • “Little Daisy's Worst/Best Day”
  • “We Serve Too! coloring books”
  • "We Serve Too!" dog tags for kids 
 

In-Kind Support

Our sponsors' services and products make a tremendous difference to our mission to help military families. From airfare to meals and lodging, items for gift bags, table decorations, office supplies, media coverage, and volunteer support at events, Red Shoe partners are providing vital in-kind support.

Media Partnerships

Media partners help military families spread the word of our Military Family Boot Camp events. They attract the interest of and support from corporations and the American public via radio, podcasts, print media, television, billboards, and event vendor tables. We are open to creative ways to spread the word!


Dr. Margarita Gurri, CSP, is a terrific speaker on ethics!…

Dr. Margarita Gurri, Certified Speaking Professional, is a terrific speaker on ethics! I had the pleasure of attending her ethics presentation at the 2016 annual meeting of the National Speakers Association, and I was very impressed by the way she presented the material.

It’s easy for ethics speakers to fall into the trap of appearing self-righteous. Dr. Gurri never once came across this way. Instead, she told moving stories about how she came to be an ethics presenter, and she used creative exercises to engage the audience. There is no more intimidating group for a speaker to address than one’s fellow speakers, but Dr. Gurri handled this difficult situation beautifully.

May your own group be fortunate to have her present a talk on ethics!

—Dr. Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy
CEO, Institute for High-Character Learning