For the first time in the illustrious history of the Medal of Honor, corporate America will be invited to associate its brand and identity with the Medal of Honor as part of a nationwide exhibition tour entitled Portraits of Valor. In collaboration with the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, we will be seeking one or more sponsors for financial support of this educational and historical endeavor.
The centerpiece of the exhibition will feature 145 portraits of our nation's most honored heroes, as well as the rarely seen three Medals of Honor, representing the three service branches.
For the corporate underwriter, Portraits of Valor will provide a historic opportunity to associate its corporate identity with the Medal of Honor. This association will undoubtedly create meaningful and added intrinsic value for the brand name.
The presenting sponsor will have the exclusive rights to promote the exhibition among its special publics: employees, customers, stockholders, suppliers, media, local communities, government officials, and other business partners. As a result, brand loyalty and trust will be enhanced.
The national exhibition is a companion project of the critically acclaimed commemorative book: Medal of Honor: Portraits of Valor Beyond the Call of Duty
Watch this Video of Exhibition Visitors' Comments
Watch this Video of KCNC TV Coverage of Exhibition
The exhibition has been displayed at the following venues:
The Citadel, Charleston, SC
National Defense University, Washington, DC
The United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs
The United States Naval Academy Annapolis, MD
The National World War I Museum, Kansas City, MO
The North Dakota State Fair Center, Minot
The University of Washington, Seattle
The Kansas Statehouse, Topeka
The Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Command Museum, San Diego
The Oregon State Capitol Galleria, Salem
Hawaii State Art Museum, Honolulu
Evans Army Community Hospital, Fort Carson, CO
Hall of Heroes, The Pentagon
Balboa Naval Medical Center, San Diego
Carl T. Hayden Veterans Hospital, Phoenix
In conjunction with the 2008 Denver Medal of Honor Convention