Support Our Veterans

Orlando Harley-Davidson® appreciates your service to our great country and the tremendous sacrifice you have made. We understand that freedom is not free; it is because of you that we ride free. To honor those who have served, our Company has placed special focus on three areas as a way to give back to all Veterans in our community. Our programs acknowledge and give thanks to Veterans in all areas where we do business: Veteran Customers, Veteran Employees, and the Central Florida Veteran Community.

HONORING OUR VETERAN CUSTOMERS

  • Special Incentives for Veterans! Ask an associate for details at your local Orlando Harley-Dealership®. Simply show one of the following credentials to participate: DD214, American Legion ID Card, or Military ID card.
  • Annual events and activities that celebrate Veterans including Veteran Appreciation Days, Veteran Fundraisers and Rides that frequently occur during the year.

THE VETERAN COMMUNITY & OUR PROUD VETERAN PARTNERS

AMERICAN LEGION

AMERICAN LEGION

The American Legion is the nation's largest and most influential network of U.S. wartime veterans, families and communities. This service organization is committed to mentoring youth and the sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.

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USO CENTRAL FLORIDA

The USO offers morale-boosting and family-strengthening programs to the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen and their families The USO is here for those who need them the most: our troops and military families, our wounded, ill and injured troops and their caregivers, and our families of the fallen.

MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE

MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE

The Universal Technical Institute (UTI) serves Military Veterans by providing assistance with navigating VA benefits, offering Salute to Service Scholarships and offering military-only campus orientations. Support continues for enrolled students through training, representation and local access to resources. Various programs are offered at UTI including the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) program, giving Veterans a variety of career choices to transition to civilian life. Graduates have a high rate of success in getting hired and UTI continues to be a great resource in connecting graduates to the many employers they have within their networks.

PROJECT VET RELIEF

PROJECT VET RELIEF

A program of the American Legion, Project Vet Relief's mission is to provide a legion of support for our service men and women as they transition into civilian lives.

VETERANS INSTITUTE

Disney Institute

The Veterans Institute is a Walt Disney Company sponsored platform to share knowledge and tools so all organizations can build exceptional veteran hiring program.

BUFFALO SOLDIERS

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The mission of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club is to build an organization that benefits the community as they share their common love to ride. They strive to share the history and uphold the honor of the Buffalo Soldiers, the first peacetime all-black regiments of the U.S. Army. The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club raises funds to support those less fortunate and to encourage education and a productive future for youth. They are committed to projecting a positive image of bikers by always showing respect for each other and the community-at-large.

ORLANDO VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER

ORLANDO VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER

The Orlando VA Medical Center, serving an area of more than 100,000 veteran patients in East Central Florida, is one of seven members of the VISN 8 Healthcare System. The Orlando VA Medical Center includes the Orlando VA Medical Center, the Community Living Center, the Residential Rehabilitation Program, the Viera Outpatient Clinic, the Daytona Outpatient Clinic, and four Community Based Outpatient Clinics located in Clermont, Kissimmee, Leesburg, and Orange City. The Orlando VA Medical Center continues to activate clinics and services at the new medical center in Lake Nona. The first primary care team began seeing patients at the new facility on Feb. 24. Currently there is no inpatient or emergency services available at the medical center and these services will open later in 2015.

This much needed facility will make it easier for east central Florida veterans to access VA's world-class medical center and relieve the burden of traveling long distances for their inpatient care.

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