Berry Law Sponsors “The Things They Carry Ruck March” 2021
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, November 19, 2021 – Berry Law is proud to be a top sponsor of the University of Nebraska Student Veterans Organization, Nebraska vs. Iowa “The Things They Carry Ruck March” 2021. According to the College Factual rating scale, University of Nebraska- Lincoln was named 2021 Best Colleges for Veterans in the United States. Organizations such as UNSVO, provide advocacy for student veterans, a setting for veterans to get to know other veterans and promote camaraderie between them. Long standing rivalry between the two colleges University of Iowa and University of Nebraska are putting it aside to come together and tackle veteran suicide.
“We often say that ‘we’re Veterans serving other Veterans,’ and this sponsorship proves that. For us, serving the Veteran community is personal because we are Veterans.” said John Berry Jr. CEO, Berry Law Firm.
The 325-mile ruck march kicked off on Wednesday, November 17th, 2021. Team Iowa will hand off the game ball to Team Nebraska at Freedom Rock in Menlo, Iowa. Nebraska Veterans will hand deliver the game ball November 26th at the Cornhusker and Hawkeye game.
“Veterans often possess three skills that make them unique. They know when to lead, when to follow, and how to be adaptable. They possess a certain grit to get the job done despite the odds.” said Berry “We’re very honored to sponsor such a great cause.”
is a roughly 365-mile road march that is conducted annually with the University of Iowa Student Veterans and University of Nebraska Student Veterans. They will be rucking the game ball from Kinnick Stadium in Iowa to Memorial Stadium in Nebraska to raise awareness for Veteran suicide.
Berry Law Firm was founded in 1965 by legendary attorney John S. Berry, Sr. With over 250 years of combined legal experience and 300 years of combined military service, the team at Berry Law is well equipped to handle the most serious legal needs. The firm has expanded to offer Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, and Veterans Law.