Davidson + Belluso honored to be working with the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services

Davidson + Belluso

Karen Chapman


August 2, 2014


Phoenix, AZ – Davidson + Belluso (D+B) is honored to be working with the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services in promoting their Freedom License Plates, as a pledge of allegiance to our veterans. Of the $25 cost to purchase these plates, $17 is applied to the Arizona Veterans Donation Fund – aiding the local veteran community in a variety of ways including education, ending homelessness, healthcare, employment initiatives, and more.

“Some of my favorite projects come from the local non-profits who are doing such good in our community,” says Rob Davidson, owner at D+B, “It is truly an honor to be able to join hands within our community to make a difference."

The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services provides direct services to Veterans through the administration of 19 Veterans Benefits Offices throughout the state to help Veterans connect with their VA benefits, two skilled nursing Veteran Home facilities in Phoenix and Tucson to provide short and long term care, one Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Sierra Vista with additional cemeteries planned in Northern Arizona and Marana, and a Fiduciary to provide conservator and guardian services for incapacitated Veterans. 

The Freedom Plate is available to anyone, with no special requirements to purchase. Small size plates are also available for motorcycles and golf carts. To purchase plates, or to learn more, please visit

Davidson + Belluso (D+B) is a brand development agency founded in Phoenix, Arizona, in 2001 by husband and wife team, Rob Davidson and Michela Belluso. Operating under the motto "We Give a Brand," D+B provides the expertise and capabilities of a large agency with the personal attention and dedication of an in-house team. Clients range from the private to the public and nonprofit sectors, with a focus on Economic Development, Tourism, Healthcare and Education industries. Their experience includes brand development for the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, Tempe Tourism Office, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and the City of Phoenix Community & Economic Development Department. For more information, visit