Waverly Advisors Supports the Fourth Annual Bullets, Bourbon, Barbecue & Beretta Fundraiser

Written on October 5, 2021

Waverly Advisor’s Huntsville office was recently the proud title sponsor of the fourth annual Bullets, Bourbon, Barbecue & Beretta Fundraiser. The proceeds of the event went to Still Serving Veterans.

Still Serving Veterans is a nonprofit that helps veterans and their families locate meaningful employment, access their VA benefits and connect with the resources they need to build civilian lives that they’ll love. Their mission is to proactively strengthen veteran communities through leadership and collaboration.

Last year, our Huntsville wealth management office helped raise $50,000 for Still Serving Veterans at this event. This year, they were able to raise over $100,000 that will go directly towards supporting these veterans and their communities.

The fourth annual Bullets, Bourbon, Barbecue & Beretta took place on September 16, and many of Waverly Advisor’s Huntsville financial advisors and professionals were in attendance. Pictured below are Kelly Clary, MBA, Ray White, CPA, Scott Bradbary, Teresa Pierce and Evan Crouse, CFP ®.

There were 200 participants and volunteers who joined Waverly Advisors for a day of shooting Beretta USA’s world-famous handguns and shotguns at the beautiful King B Farm in Ardmore, Tennessee. This was followed by a barbecue dinner, beer, bourbon and cigars.

The event was made possible by Waverly Advisor’s Huntsville office, Still Serving Veterans, King B Farm, HSV SOF Network, Beretta, i3 Cares, IBERIABANK Green Rock, Cornerstone and Ethic Tech.

With a passion for serving the community beyond being financial advisors, the Firm has been a proud supporter of Still Serving Veterans and understands that it’s important to give back. You can read more about the fourth annual Bullets, Bourbon, Barbecue & Beretta here or learn more about Still Serving Veterans here.

Waverly Advisors is not affiliated with Still Serving Veterans and the other sponsors of the event.

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