Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce Honors Leo Blundo with Prestigious Plaque at Lincoln Day Dinner

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Jerry Ashton
March 22, 2024
Photo: Armed Forces Chamber Founder Andre Haynes Presents Plaque to Nye County GOP Chairman Leo Blundo

(Pahrump,NV) - The Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce proudly presented a commemorative plaque to Mr. Leo Blundo, Chairman of the Nye County Republican Party, during the highly anticipated Lincoln Day Dinner held on February 23, 2204, in Pahrump, NV. The event, hosted by the Nye County Republican Party, witnessed overwhelming support with a sold out event and gathered distinguished guests from various realms of politics and public service.

Prominent figures such as Nevada Lieutenant Governor Stavros Anthony, Nye County Commissioners Bruce Jabbour and Frank Carbone, Nye County Sheriff Joe McGill, Justice of Peace Michele Fiore, and many others graced the occasion. The media presence was robust, with coverage from the Pahrump Valley Times and KPVM-TV capturing the essence of this significant gathering.

The keynote speaker for the evening was none other than Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo, whose address resonated with the audience on matters of critical importance. The highlight of the night came when Andre Haynes, Founder and CEO of the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce, presented the prestigious plaque to Leo Blundo, acknowledging his unwavering support for veterans and his pivotal role as a partner of the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce.

In expressing his appreciation, Andre Haynes remarked, “Leo Blundo’s commitment to supporting veterans and his dedicated partnership with the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce exemplify true leadership. We are honored to recognize and celebrate his contributions to our community.”

Leo Blundo’s advocacy for veterans and his active involvement in fostering collaboration with the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce have positioned him as a beacon of support for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The ceremony underscored the importance of unity and collaboration in strengthening the bonds between the community and those who have served in the armed forces.