Green Zone Housing Jump For A Dream - Freefall 120 MPH for Veterans
HOUSTON, TX – Calling all speed freaks, bucket listers, military veteran supporters! Green Zone Housing Jump For Heroes invites all to take part or watch daredevils freefall from 14,000 feet in the air in support of military veterans. The day long benefit will end with music from entertainer Moses Rangel. Join us on August 31, 2019 with first jump at 7:00 a.m. at Skydive Spaceland Houston, 16111 FM 521, Rosharon, TX 77583. For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/greenzonehousing and to participate, please visit https://houston.skydivespaceland.com/shop/tandem/green-zone-housing-jump-for-a-dream.
“Watch some adrenaline junkies get their fix! Enjoy GREAT music all for a wonderful cause OUR VETERANS! I’ll even agree to a $1,000 challenge to be thrown out of the plane if we can raise that amount collectively,” said Mark Cook, Founder of Green Zone Housing.
Tandem skydive participants will be harnessed to an experienced instructor and jump out of a perfectly good airplane from up to 14,000 feet, freefall at 120 mph and pull their own ripcord for a peaceful, 5- minute parachute flight and a soft, on-target landing. Tandem skydivers must be at least 18 years of age, bring a valid photo ID, and weigh less than 265 pounds. In addition to the benefit, Skydive Spaceland has offered a $40 donation to Green Zone Housing for every tandem skydive purchased before Aug 31, 2019 at the following website: https://houston.skydivespaceland.com/shop/tandem/green-zone-housing-jump-for-a-dream/
Once the jumps are all complete, featured artist Moses Rangel, known as the singer’s “singer,” will perform. Rangel’s music is an evolving fusion of stories and melodies influenced by Rhythm and Blues, Gospel, Pop, Jazz, Rock and Country. For more information, please visit www.mosesrangel.com.
Green Zone Housing is committed to supporting veterans for a better way of life. By providing veterans the opportunity to be a project manager in the construction of their own home, Green Zone Housing can teach valuable skills and instill pride of ownership. As veterans work to build a permanent address in a Green Zone Community, where they receive job skills and participate in activities, they will find healing and hope and a life worth living, which can be the answer to homelessness and suicide.