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Tuesday
Feb262019

Paragon Aviation Group Collaborates with HRAP to Raise Money for Veterans

Paragon Aviation Group has joined forces with Houston Regional Aviation Professionals (HRAP) to raise money for Camp Hope, an interim housing facility for wounded warriors, veterans and their families suffering from combat related PTSD.

Paragon Network FBO members in the United States and The Bahamas will have custom wristbands available for those who make a donation through March 31st. Many of the FBOs will also be matching donations as well. The Houston Regional Aviation Professionals (HRAP) hosts a clay shoot every year to raise money for various charities. Last year they raised $20,000 for Lighthouse Charity to assist their efforts in providing hot meals for those in great need after Hurricane Harvey. HRAP hopes to exceed this amount through their clay shoot event and donations from Paragon Network FBOs. For information on how you can be a part of this campaign, please contact Jo Schenkenfelder at Jo.Schenkenfedler@Halliburton.com or (832) 506-5342.

The Paragon Network is a distinguished membership of elite FBO’s and international handling agents that provide world-class service to general aviation travelers around the globe. Paragon Aviation Group performs a comprehensive audit of the facilities and service offered to ensure the quality of the member base before any FBO joins The Paragon Network. Each member FBO must comply with a set of strategically developed core standards to remain in the group. Paragon Aviation Group facilitates The Paragon Network.

Paragon Aviation Group is a family business comprised of Mike Delk, Megan Barnes and Molly LeBlanc. With their combined industry experience of over 75 years they have introduced an exciting new industry platform for premier aviation service providers.

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