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CUE Center Road to Remember Tour 2012: The West Coast

CUE Center for Missing Persons is gearing up for its ninth annual Road to Remember Tour, this year covering the West Coast from California to Oregon and Washington and back, covering a total of approximately 2600 miles in the six days the team will be there. Download complete Tour information including the list of all cases represented on this year’s Tour:  Press Release from CUE Center  The annual Tour serves as a reminder to communities and media that there are many missing persons whose cases have faded from the headlines and yet there are still families who need help in finding a resolution to their loved one’s disappearance. Beginning in Los Angeles on September 20, the crew will make several stops up the coast and return to Los Angeles on September 26 to return to their base in Wilmington, North Carolina. CUE Center Founder, Monica Caison, makes the trip with a team of volunteers, taking a different route to bring attention to a small portion of the 700,000-850,000 cases reported nationally each year. Each case …

The Roth Show: Monica Caison Featuring the Missing, The Road to Remember Tour 2012

                   Listen LIVE: http://therothshow.com Join Dr. Laurie Roth and Susan Murphy Milano each Wednesday BROADCASTING AT A NEW TIME!  8-9 Pacific, 11-12am Eastern   Monica Caison, joins the show regularly to update the audience about missing persons cases handled by her organization, CUE Center for Missing Persons. In the first segment Monica will be discussing the annual Road to Remember Tour which will be featuring road stops for missing persons throughout California, Oregon and Washington.  Each year the tour takes a different direction through several states to bring attention to the missing and unsolved homicides with the hope it will generate clues in order to bring resolution to waiting families. For details on the upcoming Tour and how you can be a part of it in your community, please refer to the website: CUE Center for Missing Persons    The annual tour was created to generate new interest in cold cases of missing people across our nation. The inspiration came in 2004 from the case of North Carolina college student …

ImaginePublicity Sponsors Tour Stop to Remember the Missing Persons of South Carolina

On Saturday, October 29 at 10am family members of the missing, along with members of the community, law enforcement, media and speakers will gather at Chapin Park at 1400 North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach.  South Carolina has approximately 125 known open missing persons cases, some recent and many that have gone cold.  ImaginePublicity hopes to add to the awareness of each of them by hosting a stop along the CUE Center for Missing Persons’ Road to Remember Tour in Myrtle Beach. Each year CUE Center for Missing Persons hits the road across several states in order to bring awareness to communities of the magnitude of a silent epidemic, missing persons.  This year’s tour will cover the following states: NC, TN, SC, TX, MS, AL, FL, LA .  Every year, Monica Caison and representatives from CUE travel a different route in order to bring needed attention in the media and each community. The annual tour was created to generate new interest in cold cases of missing people across our nation. The inspiration came in 2004 from the case of North Carolina …

On the Road to Remember Tour 2011: CUE Center for Missing Persons

THE ROAD TO REMEMBER TOUR 2011 Each year CUE Center for Missing Persons hits the road across several states in order to bring awareness to communities of the magnitude of a silent epidemic, missing persons.  This year’s tour will cover the following states: NC, TN, SC, TX, MS, AL, FL, LA .  Every year, Monica Caison and representatives from CUE travel a different route in order to bring needed attention in the media and each community.  Every year a particular missing person is the “honoree” of the tour, this year the tour will honor Troy Marks, missing from New Orleans, LA since June 6, 2006. Family members along the route can submit the name of their missing loved one for inclusion, and are invited to participate in the events to insure maximum coverage for their particular loved one. The annual tour was created to generate new interest in cold cases of missing people across our nation. The inspiration came in 2004 from the case of North Carolina college student Leah Roberts, who had gone on a …