U.S. Pavement Services, Boston Red Sox honor Wounded Warriors

During a June 8 pre-game ceremony at Fenway Park, U.S. Pavement Services, in partnership with the Boston Red Sox, honored the Wounded Warrior Project by recognizing more than 300 Wounded Warriors and their families.

Wounded Warriors were able to tour Fenway before the game and watch batting practice from the warning track. Following batting practice, Mike Musto, CEO of U.S. Pavement Services, Woburn, MA, and 1-800-PAVEMENT, presented a $10,000 check to the Wounded Warrior Project to help support their efforts. 

Following the check presentation, the Ceremonial First Pitch was thrown out by Army Retired SPC, Craig Hall of Sturbridge, MA. Devon Olivo, daughter of WWP Alumni, Christopher Olivo, sang the National Anthem. 

Launched in 2002, Wounded Warrior Project has served a combined total of over
36,000 veterans and family members. Their mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors and raise awareness by enlisting the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members