Home Town Hero Project is all about supporting America’s Heroes.
NEW! Take a look at our newest indoor digital billboards!
Supporting America’s military is a big part of our philosophy.
One of the ways we connect with veterans is through donations to worthy causes. Each year, the Home Town Hero Project grants help nonprofit organizations provide needed support for retired and active duty military personnel.
25% of net proceeds are donated to Vans for Veterans. V4V is a non-profit organization that provides mobility vans free of charge to Veterans Clubs across America either by purchasing or receiving donated vans that are retrofitted, restored and then delivered to American Legion, VFW and other veteran clubs. Home Town Hero Project just purchased a new 2013 Ford Transit Connect van for the Pat Tillman Post, for pictures and the story, go to:
What exactly is the Home Town Hero Project?
Each month on our Indoor Billboards in the lobbies of veterans clubs we feature a Home Town Hero from the local community with an article on his/her accomplishments along with a photo. These Heroes are either veterans, recently discharged, or active duty military persons who have made some significant achievement in the service of our country.
Sponsors for this project receive a full color ad on the lower portion of the Indoor Billboard which is displayed throughout the high-traffic areas of each post. Many of our locations now have digital billboards.
We also have a great team of Graphic Designers and Researchers on hand to collaborate with you and the sponsors with the layout and design of the billboards.
Our company was started 15 years ago by a Navy Veteran. His father William Balsiger and Grandfather Roy Balsiger have been past Commanders of the American Legion Blackduck, MN post. We are A+ rated and we do projects like this as a service to American Legions, VFW, Eagles and other veteran organizations.
William Balsiger USS Mann AP112 1943