The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor is pleased to announce that we recently supported the 1st Annual Ron Howard Memorial Veterans Day ride this past weekend! The ride held on Veterans Day (Saturday, November 11) in Mooresville, North Carolina drew hundreds of bikers and attendees who braved the 29-degree weather to show their support for our veterans and remember Ron Howard. Howard was a North Carolina native and CEO of Mooresville-based IOMAX USA, a company and government contractor that manufactures advanced surveillance and precision-strike aircraft. Mr. Howard passed away in June.
Partner Jason E. Taylor and Robert Herford from the office participated in the ride, which ended at Joey’s in Denver. Members of our legal team also set up a tent, where attendees were greeted and provided with a biker swag bag and information about Jason and the law firm’s commitment to advocating for local riders and injured victims, including those harmed in preventable motorcycle accidents.
We also had a registration for a $100 gift card – the winner was Doug Queen! Sadly, the young man Jason was to host as a special guest by giving him a bike ride was hospitalized before the event. Our thoughts and prayers go out to him and his family.
Our firm is proud to have been involved in what turned out to be a successful and fun event – which was also supported by Open Road Cycles in Denver – and to remember Ron Howard and recognize the American Veterans who selflessly served and sacrificed for our freedom. Below are photos from the ride: