Salt Lake City, UT ~ 9th Annual Brandon’s Ride

May 9, 2015 — Honda-Suzuki of Salt Lake at 2354 South on State Street


Honda-Suzuki of Salt Lake will be the gathering site for the 9th Annual Brandon’s Ride which commemorates the tenth anniversary of Brandon’s death. Sergeant Brandon J. Thomas, a member of the 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne) of the Utah National Guard, was killed while assigned on a protective detail mission in Baghdad serving his country as a Department of Defense contractor. He sacrificed his life, as have so many of America’s youth, in the global fight against terrorists who seek to destroy freedom here and around the world. Brandon’s Ride was created not only to honor one of our nation’s fallen heroes, but to assist the families of Utah’s severely wounded or killed military personnel and to support Utah veterans’ causes.

Recognizing the value and impact of Brandon’s Ride, Colonial Flag Foundation proudly supports this yearly event. Brandon’s death was not only a personal sacrifice, but a monumental loss for his family and friends. Brandon’s Ride adds benefit to his offering through assisting others, and it makes certain that he will be remembered.

The ride ticket donation is $15 for each rider and $10 for each passenger. Not only will each participant enjoy the camaraderie of a great ride, but a continental breakfast at the start, a prize drawing with an auction, and a post ride lunch are all included. Combine all this with the support given service members and family who have sacrifice so much, and this becomes a not to be missed opportunity. Visit the Brandon’s Ride website at the link for more details.



Click Here to go to the 2016 site.

Registration available onsite Saturday morning

Benefiting Charities:
America Supports You
American Gold Star Mothers, Inc
Blue Star Moms
Colonial Flag Foundation
DVDs for Vets
Dan G. Dolan Memorial Ride
Housing Our Heroes
Mike’s Guardian Eagle Foundation
Operation Never Forget
Ride for the Fallen
Utah Freedom Memorial
Brandon J. Thomas

Brandon J. Thomas