Milton Massachusetts Man to Do an Amazing Thing and Honor 9/11 Victims on 20th Anniversary
We all Recognize that Familiar Beverage Cart from the Airlines
There are a lot of people who are fed up with how divisive American Politics have become. They remember a time when America all pulled together in the wake of the attacks on 9/11 and they want to bring back that feeling of togetherness and honor the heroes of that day. We all recognize those that lost their lives in the twin towers, the Pentagon, and on United Airlines flight 93 that crashed into a field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania but think about the flight attendants that were on those planes that fateful day. Paul “Paulie” Veneto remembers them well, some of them were his co-workers.
Paul Veneto will be Pushing a Beverage Cart to Ground Zero from Boston
Former flight attendant Paul Veneto remembers them every day he tells Fox News, “They were the first, first responders of 9/11 and they should be recognized as that.” When he thought about doing something to honor their memory he thought well, everyone does a walk or a run but no one will push a beverage cart that far, and what better way to honor a flight attendant than by pushing a beverage cart?
The Beverage Cart
The beverage cart that Paul Veneto is pushing will have the flight numbers of the American Airlines and United Airlines flight numbers on the side and the photos of the flight attendants that lost their lives that day on the top so Paulie can see them every moment of his walk. “Those crew members, they rallied together under extraordinary conditions. That was America,” he tells Fox News. In a time where politics are dividing the country, I hope everyone hears Paul Veneto’s story and remembers when we Americans pulled together, united.
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