Five or six days ago I was at Duck’s Night Life (I know that’s not a big surprise). Dwayne always makes time to talk with his customers and I took advantage of his availability. I gave Dwayne one of my Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center business cards. Dwayne asked what I needed. I explained that we needed lots of things but the only thing I was asking that day is that he visit our website to learn about us. Dwayne said he would.
A few days passed and I was back at Duck’s. Dwayne approached me and stated that he had been to our website and wanted to know how he and Robin could help. I rattled off several items that we needed, things that would not be terribly expensive. Dwanye said he wanted to do more.
Sunday February 27, Scott Dulebohn and I met with Robin and Dwayne. Both expressed their desire to help our homeless Veterans. Dwayne stated that he was sure with the help of his loyal customer base that Duck’s Night Life could sponsor one of our “Tiny Homes”. Dwayne stated he didn’t want to make a big deal of his pledge. Hey, it is a big deal and I wanted to let everyone in the surrounding area know the type of true American Patriots we have owning and managing Duck’s Night Life.
We are truly blessed by having Robin, Dwayne, and Paul George in our great city. They are an asset to our community. I am proud to have them as friends.