Photo Blog – Words Not Necessary

By Boot Recruit Myra

No Halloween weekend would be complete without an appearance from a few regulars at your door such as Mickey Mouse, a bride, a super hero and maybe even a park ranger.  You are in luck as we happen to have these and more in our Boot Campaign art Gallery!  These works of art are worth more than words can say, especially to our military friends!  So sit back and relax and enjoy these current pieces featured in the BC line! As with every gallery, it’s best to savor each piece of art and take in all the meanings of the pieces.  If you want to see a larger view of any work of art, just click on the photo.

Jackson Brown

Benny Giammarinaro

We are the “home of the free because of the brave” as Jackson Brown’s (yes we smiled when we saw his name too) mom said when she posted her son’s photo on Facebook, in his Mickey Mouse tee.   It’s safe to say Ranger Benny Giammarinaro is all BOOTS as he sends a sweet thank-you message of support to our troops.

Super Hero

Robin Joncyk posted a photo of a little “super hero” wearing his dad’s boots.  His super hero logo on his shirt says Dad is Hero!  What an amazing double-entendre in that photo.  Linger for a moment and let the depth of the messages sink in, it’s sure to tug at your heart.

First Responder

Debbie Blankenship submitted this photo of a First Responder.  He isn’t wearing a costume when he dresses for work as a member of a SWAT team.  He’s been with the DFW Police Agency for 12 years!  But with Boots ON, his statement of support is well-grounded.  After serving us for four years in the Marine Corps, he continues putting his life on the line in service to the great city of Dallas.

Jo Renee Finnell

Then there’s Jo Renee Finnell.  A bride, on her ride, in boots!  Sounds almost “Seussical”!  Speaking of rides….. there are fans down in Houston who booted their ride!   While cruising the ‘hood not too long ago, these folks met up with Boot Girl Ginger. She posed for a photo with her truckin’ fans.  Although we can’t determine who is more excited about this very decorative ride, the owner of the truck or the Boot Girls.

No gallery would be complete without a few charcoals and inks.  This penciled sketch Caren Guillaume received from her friend Terry.  Upon hearing about her excitement about the Boot Campaign, Terry sketched a pair of boots!  Yeah we love it when people get so excited about the Boot Campaign, it inspires them to do something original!  Greg Swider inked the Boot Campaign logo on a permanent canvas, one for which he takes with him everywhere he goes without the need of easel.

After regarding this gallery of works by fans of the Boot Campaign, you can leave comment but the pieces are not for sale.  Rather than buy them, share them, maybe even with the trick or treaters at your door!


About BootCampaign

The Boot Campaign is a grassroots initiative started by five women from Texas known as the Boot Girls. The Boot Campaign is a new way Americans can show their support for our active duty service members and veterans. This grassroots campaign has captured the attention of American celebrities and civilians – from professional athletes, politicians, country music stars and more – and is quickly gaining momentum. Money raised will support troops and veterans through the work of the Lone Survivor Foundation and other charities.
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