Wisconsin Senate Bill 602 Rejected
Outpost 422 Response
For Immediate Release
Contact: Bradley Burt, firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 852-1983
Outpost 422 launches a University of Wisconsin and statewide call to action seeking support for the University of Wisconsin Missing-in-action Recovery and Identification Project.
Outpost 422 seeks contributors for the “I Will Not Forget” campaign utilizing corporate social responsibility canvassing for covering the rejected $360,000 allocation of funds from Wisconsin Senate Bill 602 during the 2021-2023 session. On March 15, 2022, the bill was rejected based upon the failure to meet Joint Resolution 1. The bill was introduced by Wisconsin Air National Guard Iraq Veteran Sen. Roger Roth (R-WI).
Whitewater, Wis.—Outpost 422 works with students of Team 5 of the COMM 242 Team Building course at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater host a POW MIA cornhole tournament in response to the rejection of Senate Bill 602. The group’s call to action seeks those who attend donate to the UW MIA Recovery and Identification Project through a flow code campaign.
The brand’s campaign, “I Will Not Forget,” recognizes and adopts the mission statement of Rolling Thunder by publicizing the POW MIA issue and turning the issue into a social responsibility campaign. Outpost 422 Chief Executive Officer Bradley Burt doubles as a reporter for the event for his Capstone 486 final project. Burt’s brand works with nonprofits developing social media canvass campaigns, who is also a member of Team 5.
The group’s final class project hosts a “bags” tournament at The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater sand volleyball courts Saturday April 9 from 2-4:30 p.m. The group’s tabling event is a call to action sponsored by Outpost 422. Outpost 422 is a corporate social responsibility campaign organizer and public affairs investigative journalism reporting source trained through the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Investigative Journalism’s Watchdog 101 course.
Senate Bill 602 sought an allocation of $360,000 from the state of Wisconsin for the University of Wisconsin Missing-in-action Recovery and Identification Project, who deploys to Belgium in June for a forensics POW MIA search and rescue mission. The project sits underfunded and needs the state of Wisconsin and its corporate citizens’ donations to cover the cost.
Outpost 422 will continue to canvass across social media raising funds and awareness, which includes publishing a documentary about POW MIA advocacy in Wisconsin for the CEO’s final class project for Capstone 486 at UW Whitewater. Outpost 422 launched a “70 Years Not Forgotten” campaign through the Royal Purple in September seeking readers and contributors for a strategic planning team locating crash site documents where the campaign originally launched.