The Admiral Theatre Foundation is honored to partner with USO Northwest in saluting our local military heroes and their families. Do you know a local military couple that could use a fun night out including some of the world's best live entertainment and a gourmet meal crafted by one of the Northwest's best Chefs? Nominate them below for a Military Night Out and they could receive two main floor tickets with dinners to one of 10 upcoming events right here at Bremerton's historic Admiral Theatre. Each military couple selected will receive VIP treatment and have a much deserved night out on the house - brought to you by the Admiral Theatre and USO Northwest.
Military Night Out nominations are open to all active-duty military personnel and dependents. Ten recipients will be randomly selected from entries received at the time of drawing for each of the ten shows. Enter once and you are entered to be selected for all ten drawings. No need to enter twice. One entry per couple and household please. Ticket recipients will be notified via phone and email. Drawing days / times will vary as to allow for the most entries and notice to recipients. All tickets will be available for pickup via Will Call with valid military ID.
For 75 years, the USO has strengthened America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family and loved ones throughout their service to the nation. USO Northwest (USONW) continues that mission today by serving more than 650,000 military and their families annually throughout Washington and Oregon. USO Northwest provides a home away from home by offering a safe, comfortable, and relaxing lounge as they prepare for or are coming home from deployment through three USO Centers located at Sea-Tac International Airport, Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Portland International Airport. In addition, USONW also serves our military and their families through two USO Mobile Canteens. The Mobile Canteens expand our service delivery by offering the military the same kind of support we provide at our stationary centers, but in the field during trainings, pierside for deployments and homecomings, and throughout military locations in the Pacific Northwest.
Supporting America's military was the first mission of the USO, and over time, the USO has refined this mission, developing new programs and services to meet the ever-changing needs of our military and their families, all the while, holding steadfast to our original mission. USONW provides support to those who need it most, including morale-boosting and family-strengthening programs, deployment and redeployment support to help servicemen and women adjusting to the duty ahead, resiliency training for families facing multiple deployments, as well as discreet and compassionate escorts and other support for Families of the Fallen. For more information, visit www.usonw.org.