Getting heroes into homes.

By: Elizabeth Maly

Lincoln Crossing General Manager Travis Kelso helps veterans transition to civilian life.

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Learn how Lincoln Crossing General Manager and former Marine Travis Kelso gives back to our veterans and helps his community with the Heroes into Homes program.

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Liz is a member of the Verizon Employee Communications team supporting local area communications. She’s a dog mom with a passion for skiing, traveling and keeping up with the latest urban attractions and activities in Denver.

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