For those not into country music, you may not be familiar with a Toby Keith song called American Soldier and its line, “…’cause freedom don’t come free.” You need only speak to our country’s servicemen and women to appreciate the truth in these lyrics and just how high the cost can be. This is why I am so proud of your efforts in support of our Built to Honor (B2H) program which allows us to give back to these brave men and women and their families. Adding to the 50 B2H homes we’ve already delivered, we’ve announced three new builds in 2018 with the potential for two more later this year. Watch the accompanying videos that capture the surprise and joy created with B2H homes and you’ll understand just how much you are changing the lives of these wounded warriors. 

 Happy 4th of July.

Ryan

Watch our Dallas team surprise U.S. Army Specialist Joshua Ashby and his family with the news of their home AND an official groundbreaking ceremony:

Get your tissues ready–the Columbus team delivered a heartfelt surprise video announcement for U.S. Army veteran Daus Hempker and his fiancée:

U.S. Army Veteran Andrew Inman thought his wife was being honored for her work with veterans in the community–little did they know, the North Florida team had the surprise of a lifetime for his entire family:

LIVE at the Osceola County Board of Commissioners meeting where Pulte Homes is providing a home to a very worthy veteran as part of their Built to Honor Program

LIVE at the Osceola County Board of Commissioners meeting where Pulte Homes is providing a home to a very worthy veteran as part of their Built to Honor Program.#PositiveDifferenceOsceola #OsceolaCares #PulteHomes

Posted by Positively Osceola on Monday, May 21, 2018
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