Supporting Our Veterans

Race drivers, Landon Brothers and Hayden Brothers represent and support our US Veterans – both personally and through their racing. The Brother’s Brothers very involved in their local VFW and help out in a variety of ways.  They also educate about the Veterans of Foreign Wars through their videos and bring awareness to the important purposes of the VFW across America and in the local community.

Watch this video as Landon and Hayden present a plaque of appreciation to the commander of the VFW :

Testimonial from the VFW regarding Hayden and Landon Brothers: 

“I would like to take this opportunity to speak about Landon and Hayden Brothers, with The “Brothers Brothers” Racing Team. The Relentless commitment to the local veterans as well as their commitment to the community and racing. Our VFW is fortunate to have both Landon and Hayden as a part of our VFW family. They are typically one of the first to volunteer whenever we (as a post) do something for the community such as a, parade, or helping those in need. Example, one night we are out on a cold evening loading and delivering a cord of wood for a veteran, whose only source of heat, was wood.
I believe they get this drive to serve “those in need” or “veterans and need”, from their family, primarily their father. Who is always right with the guys when they embark on any volunteering. Over the course of the years, it is certainly has been a blast watching both Landon and Hayden excel at driving. Keeping up with their wins and losses. And seeing they are as humble in defeat as they are in winning. It’s just awesome that our VFW has built a strong relationship with such great young men. Even asking them if they would allow us to sponsor their race cars and asking if they would be willing to place the VFW emblem on the car somewhere, Only to later see a huge VFW logo on the front of both race cars. Our VFW Post 2493 enjoys working with local youngsters as they try to fulfill their dreams. We look forward to a long-term relationship with Landon and Hayden. As they continue on the wonderful journey of life and the commitment to putting our veterans first, as they always have.”

Commander VFW Post 2493
Mark Windsor