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A Common Goal - #BlogBattle


It’s been over a month since I participated in a #BlogBattle! How did I let that happen? Don’t answer that. :P Anyway, I’m back and excited to be part of the fun again! 1,058 more words


2015 Wounded Warrior Project Alumni Survey

After spending 12 years with AT&T, Gary Rixson joined Lockton Companies in a consulting role. Beyond his work with the Benefit Communication Insourcing Division, Gary Rixson supports charitable organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). 117 more words

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Injured veterans to participate in 3-day Nashville Soldier Ride

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — On Sept. 23, 50 injured veterans will take part in a 3-day bike ride hosted by the Wounded Warrior Project.

The Soldier Ride event allows the veterans to take part in a rehabilitative weekend focused on physical health and wellness, camaraderie, and healing. 150 more words


Walking for warriors: Friends trek from Chicago to South Haven for Wounded Warrior Project

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald Palladium

COLOMA — They were nearing the end of their five-day trek along Lake Michigan, when the four men were honked at by a passing car on M-63. 802 more words


All That Glitters

Our mailbox opened this morning to present a gorgeous golden Flat from Veterans of Foreign Wars.

It is highly improbable that the recipient of this gilded kit would toss it in the bin without at least checking to see if there was a $10 dollar bill waiting inside, too. 789 more words

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Helping the Wounded Warriors Project

Remembering September 11th the only way I know how. Finally entered my first @tough_mudder race today which will help towards one of my favorite charities… 50 more words


Wounded Warrior Project: Did You Know?

Each year the Wounded Warrior Project hosts the Courage Awards to recognize outstanding warriors…and those who work on their behalf. This year`s benefit attracted 850 guests and raised $1.5 million dollars. 53 more words

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