Thursday, April 16, 2020

Hand Sanitizer Available

Beech Grove, IN (April 16, 2020) — Bikersinc has received an in kind donation of hand sanitizer to our organization. Produced by Mansfield-King of Indianapolis, these are personal sized bottles and contain 71% Ethyl Alcohol.

They bottles of hand sanitizer are currently being distributed to various veterans groups, local community organizations and other high risk groups and individuals.   

If you are a local veterans organization, a high risk individual or in a high risk category job, contact us directly so we can arrange pick up.

Monday, March 30, 2020

We Are Looking to Relocate

Beech Grove, IN (March 30, 2020) — After being in our current location since the Spring of 2016, the time has come to move on and we are on the hunt for a new location for our headquarters. Recently, a few businesses have expanded and our current location now lacks proper and ample ADA compliant disabled parking for veterans who come to our office.

Bikers Helping Veterans - Bikersinc - Veterans Radio Indiana

We are searching for a commercial zoned building with ample parking for disabled veterans to comfortably park and maneuver. Ideally the building would be able to house our offices, programs and equipment as well as provide space for training workshops and gatherings. A C-4 zoning is right at the minimum and if a C-6 or higher is available, that would be even better.

At least 2,500 sq. ft. would be sufficient, a small kitchen area and inside garage area with a roll up door would also be a huge plus. Must have high speed broadband available, a true fiber network close by would a bonus.

Depending on location, our budget is between $900 and $1100 per month, and we are willing to sign a long term lease. Suitable locations would be Southside Indianapolis, Speedway, East side and the East 10th Street corridor. Outside of Indianapolis areas include: Franklin, Evansville, Greenwood, Fort Wayne, Cumberland, Muncie, Southport, Terre Haute, Greenfield, Anderson, Shelbyville and Plainfield.

Our commercial insurance, permits and required licenses are all up to date. If you have property that meets these requirements, feel free to contact us at:

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Friday, February 14, 2020

New Mission for Rick Brown in 2020

Greenfield, IN (February 14, 2020) — Rick Brown, an army veteran who served in Vietnam is honoring those who served and making sure that they are never forgotten. Brown, now spends his time travelling all across Indiana restoring the grave markers of the men and women who have served this country.

Rick Brown working on the Civil War Veterans Burial Site marker

Brown is part of a the group called "Mission: Restore Bronze" with the main is located in Arizona, he heads up the Central Indiana Chapter. “Somebody needs to pay respect. It’s important to show that they’re not forgotten. Veterans need to be respected on both sides of the dirt,” Brown said.

List of Indiana Medal of Honor recipients Rick Brown restored in 2018

Brown has been restoring graves and markers in Indiana for about five years. So far he’s restored hundreds of them. In 2018, Brown accomplished a major goal of restoring graves and markers of all Medal of Honor Recipients interred in Indiana.

RELATED | Veterans gravestones restored at cemetery

For 2020 Raymond’s current target is to restore all Hoosier Vietnam Veteran KIA markers.

Rick Brown restoring a grave marker for a veteran

“You just can’t forget what these guys did for America, and I’m not about to,” he said. Brown, who is disabled due to a car accident in 1969, has been on the receiving end of some increased attention for his efforts.

Honor Restored once again!!
Restoration of Veteran Family Markers in Knightstown,Indiana, Glen Cove Cemetery.
Posted by Mission: Restore Bronze Indiana on Wednesday, May 29, 2019

For his efforts, Raymond was awarded in 2017 the Disabled Vet of the Year Award from the Disabled American Veteran Department of Indiana. Brown described receiving the award as a “great honor,” but says the ultimate gift would be to know that his work will continue when he no longer can. “It would be the best gift, It’d mean an awful lot to me,” he said.

Rick Brown travels all over Indiana with his Jeep and trailer

Brown is actively looking to raise funds to purchase a newer vehicle that would allow him to travel the state and restore more grave markers. Also, additional funds for incidentals such as gas and supplies for cleaning are also encouraged and welcome.

For more information on his fundraiser and Mission: Restore Bronze, you can visit the following:

Donations: PayPal Me
*For those who donate over $250 and want tax exemption, contact Bikersinc at: 317.801.1904
Website: MRBI.Rocks
Facebook: Mission Restore Bronze Indiana