Today's the day. Farmers Insurance Angela Shertle invites to to "A Time to Honor" today from 4:00pm until 8:00pm at the Taymor Plaza located at 44th Street and Gore Blvd next to the Wolf Creek Medical Center. The event is in recognition and thanks to all of our service men and women here and abroad. A thank you to our military personnel for all you've done and continue to do for us. We can't thank and recognize you enough!

If you're active duty, reserve or retired military they'd love for you to stop by and be a part of "A Time to Honor." Everyone is welcome to attend, the more the merrier. Come out for food, live music and there's even going to be a mini car and bike show too! Today is all about getting together as a community, taking a short break and showing our appreciation to our service men, women and families for everything they do.

Not only will there be food, drinks, live music and a mini car and bike show, you can also enter to win a pair of FREE TICKETS to Rocklahoma 2021. You can't win unless your name is in the box. The tickets are good for the entire three day Labor Day weekend. This year's line up includes: Rob Zombie, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Chevelle, Anthrax, Halestorm and more. So make sure you come out to "A Time to Honor" today and enter to win! It's going to be a great time and the perfect way to kick off your weekend. Farmers Insurance Angela Schertle Farmers Insurance Angela Schertle

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