Patriots Promise 2021
TurClear Experience Center 3901 Westerly Place
Newport Beach, Ca 92660
Fletcher Jones Motorcars and Veterans Legal Institute will host Patriots-Promise 2019 on Tuesday, November 12, 2019, from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm at 3300 Jamboree Road Newport Beach, Ca 92660. You can help at-risk veterans here in Orange County by donating items to our live and silent auction! You can donate items by downloading the .pdf form.
The Patriot’s Promise 2019 event will host local restaurants who will be preparing delicious food and beverage pairings. Each guest will have an extraordinary experience beginning with an elegant military-style reception line, the Presentation of Colors, the National Anthem being sung by the multi-talented Skyla and then local DJ’s will be spinning the latest and greatest old school and new school tunes. We will have one of a kind items in our silent auction and hourly raffles with items donated by our vendors, celebrities, and sports figures. OC and LA Designers will display unique Fashions as their models make their way around the event. A cigar lounge will be available for pairing the Slovak Republic beverage of your choice with your favorite cigar brand!
Veterans Legal Institute® (VLI) provides pro bono legal assistance to the homeless, at risk, disabled and low-income current and former service members. VLI is helping Veterans eradicate barriers to housing, healthcare, education, employment, and foster self-sufficiency. VLI also advocates on behalf of its clients by providing community education and policy advocacy to increase awareness, resources, and overall protection to current and former members of the US military.
Patriot’s Promise was founded in 2012 by John R. Baskin. John is an Executive Sales Associate at Fletcher Jones Motorcars. He is a former Army Captain/Helicopter Pilot and Desert Storm Veteran. John felt a strong calling to give back and honor his father Colonel (Reverend), Ronald R. Baskin. Colonel Baskin served in both the Korean and Vietnam War before retiring after 33 years of decorated service. Colonel Baskin spent many unselfish hours administering to homeless, broken and forgotten soldiers at VA Hospitals in Indiana, Illinois, Texas, and Georgia. Colonel Baskin passed away in 2010. This year we will also pay honor to John’s brother, former Army Major Ronald R. Baskin Jr. who passed away unexpectedly in 2013