About us

Who we are

Hello, my name is Nicholas Walker. I am an USAF veteran, small business owner in Frederick, Maryland, Life member of AMVETS, Life member of The American Legion, and supporter of American Legion Riders FSK Post 11.
I was visiting an Air Force friend of mine at American Legion Post 273 in Madeira Beach, Florida several years ago and had a conversation about the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in relation to the 22 veteran suicides that occur daily.[1]
On the way home, thinking about our conversation, I noticed a lot of pull trailers traveling I-95 and had an idea.
When I returned home, I purchased 3 enclosed pull trailers. (4X8, 5X10, and 6X12) and created “PULLING FOR VETERANS” awareness trailers. The trailers serve as rolling billboards, if you will, and started loaning them out to educate and bring awareness to PTSD and veteran suicide.

How Does it work?

We operate in collaboration with Lowe’s hardware to host at least three trailers at select locations to act as a pickup and drop-off site for our trailers. Our clients – mostly contractors, moving homeowners, friends and veterans – find a suitable trailer near them and rent it out starting a just a dollar an hour plus a $10 Limited Damage Waiver (LDW) per 24 hours.

The deposit is returned when the trailer is checked back in or can be donated to raise awareness  of PTSD. Click the link below to get pricing on our variety of trailer sizes.

100% of proceeds support PTSD awareness and help prevent veteran suicide

[1] “VA study: 22 vets commit suicide every day.” N.p., n.d. Web. 7 May. 2022 <https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/02/01/veterans-suicide/1883329>.