Holding up banners and passing out flyers it's a routine the bravo family has been doing since the death of their younger brother.
" He was happy. He was full of life and the next I saw him he was in a coffin," Flor Bravo said.
The mystery of who killed Felipe Bravo still remains unsolved.
Bravo was shot to death last year on New Year's Eve and his body was found in the trunk of a car in Monterey County.
" Somebody here knows what happened to my brother and we're hoping they come forward and give us info," Bravo said.
It's been an emotional roller coaster for the Bravo family, earlier this year Merced County Sheriff's Department arrested Salvador Rendon for murder, but was released after the Sheriff's Department and the District Attorney agreed that there wasn't enough evidence to get a guilty verdict on the case.
" We empathize with the family but unless new evidence comes to light, we're at a dead end." said Tom Mckenzie, Merced County Sheriff's Dept.
The Bravo family is not giving up hope.
Since his death they've raised $25,000 to go towards the reward for anyone with information on who killed Felipe Bravo.
" The truth can not hide forever, the truth will resurface, it always does," Bravo said.