Where's My Popcorn?


A few years ago, we decided to skip sending our clients a holiday tin of popcorn and put that money towards a cause that means a lot to our company. Thanks to the positive response, we decided to make it a holiday tradition!

Since 2012, Socket has donated to Honor Flight, which allows us to send ten veterans to Washington D.C. each year. In lieu of your popcorn, we are sending ten more veterans across the country in 2017, where they'll visit the memorials dedicated to honoring their sacrifices.

It is our privilege to support these brave individuals who have served and fought for our country's freedom. As our clients, you helped make this possible. Thank you.


Socket employees hold an American flag
Socket employees celebrate the 2016 Honor Flight gift at Socket's offices in Columbia, MO.


About the Honor Flight Program


The Central Missouri Honor Flight is a non-profit organization set up to honor America's veterans for their service. The program allows veterans the opportunity to visit their memorials in Washington, D.C. dedicated to honoring their service and sacrifices. Top priority is given to senior veterans - WWII survivors, along with other veterans who may be terminally ill. Now, with more than 1,000 WWII veterans dying each day (20 each day in Missouri), time to express our thanks to these brave men and women is running out.

To learn more about the Central Missouri Honor Flight, including how you can get involved, visit www.centralmissourihonorflight.com.


Six veterans in wheelchairs Veterans in Washington DC
Veterans sit in a plane Three smiling veterans in matching shirts