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Warriors Heart Announces Collaboration with MTM|Watch for Limited Series Timepiece Collection

Friday, November 20th, 2020

Bandera, TX – November 20, 2020 – Warriors Heart, a private treatment facility providing care for addiction and chemical dependency & PTSD for active military, veterans, law enforcement and first responders, has announced a collaboration with MTM | Watch, the leading manufacturer of sophisticated, tactical and military watches worldwide, to offer a limited-edition series of the MTM Warrior timepiece, benefiting the Warriors Heart Foundation.

Available exclusively at, this collection of timepieces is seamlessly connected to the wearer, and those supported by Warriors Heart’s facility. Celebrating Law Enforcement, Fire Rescue, Military and First Responders, each version of the timepiece will feature the Warriors Heart logo in one of four colors, representing the hero communities cared for by the facility (Red, Orange, Green and Blue).

MTM has promised 40% of the proceeds from each purchase will go directly to the Warriors Heart Foundation, where they will be used to subsidize the cost of treatment for a Warrior or First Responder in need. The foundation is driven solely through the donations of others, supporting programs that address the unmet needs of suffering servicemen and women and give individuals and communities the tools to become self-sufficient.

“MTM proudly stands by the efforts of the Warriors Heart Foundation to support programs that address the unmet needs of suffering service men and women (Military, Veterans and First Responders). From chemical dependency and PTSD treatment, to service dogs and arts and culture classes, these programs give individuals and communities the tools to become self-sufficient warriors long after the support ends,” stated MTM Founder, Joe Casis.

The Warriors Heart Edition Watches are American-made and feature tritium gas-filled tubes on the index and hands. The watch movement is swiss-made Ronda quartz and the dial is made of a carbon fiber compound that is similar to the quality used by NASA. With sapphire glass crystal, along with a 316L solid stainless steel or titanium case, band bezel and locking screw down crown, the Warrior is a truly rugged , unique and durable watch you can depend on.

“Teaming with MTM to offer the Warriors Heart Limited Edition Time Piece, allows us to celebrate two very powerful entities, the Heroes of our nation, and an American made company to celebrates those who give it all, “stated Warriors Heart co-founder, Tom Spooner. “MTM’s innovative designs and styles are a true parallel to the lives of those Warriors Heart works to provide care for. We are honored to partner with such a selfless organization, who truly understands what it means to give back to the heroes.”

Available now through the Warriors Heart Warrior timepiece is the perfect addition to your collection; all while making a difference in the lives of our warriors and their families.

Marine Veteran Scooter Brown (Band) // “Something Waylon Would Sing” 11/11

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

Both the double single and the Scooter Brown Merica Bourbon Signature Series were released today, Veterans Day, November 11. This day holds special meaning to the band as Scooter Brown is a Marine Veteran himself, serving multiple tours overseas, and Matt Bledsoe, the drummer in the band, an Army Vet, as well as Merica Bourbon, which was crafted by Military Veterans and made by Americans that want to share the taste of freedom. 

Their new double single honors Jennings with an original song, “Something Waylon Would Sing,” and with a cover, “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand.”

Co-written by frontman Scooter Brown, “Something Waylon Would Sing,” takes us back to the outlaw era of country music as the single begins with Brown speaking the lyrics, then slowly builds into the toe tapper that it is.Their rich, familiar vocals highlight thematic references to traditional outlaw country and Waylon himself. The band’s cover of “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand” pays homage to Jennings by staying close to the original, but with their unique spin, modernizing the tune. Listen to both songs here.

“Something Waylon Would Sing” is sure to resonate with those that are longing for the days of the outlaws.

Polaris Off Road and Zac Brown Band Partner on Exclusive Concert to Support Veterans

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

Polaris Off Road to Stream Exclusive Performance on December 27th to Raise Money for Camp Southern Ground’s Veterans Programs

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (November 11, 2020) – Polaris Off Road, the world leader in powersports and off-road innovation, teamed up with Zac Brown Band and Camp Southern Ground for the Proud American Thank You initiative to honor veterans and active military personnel. The initiative kicks off on Veterans Day and culminates with an exclusive performance by Zac Brown Band, available to stream, on December 27th with all donations going to Camp Southern Ground’s veteran programs.

Beginning today, you can join Polaris and Zac Brown Band in honoring our nation’s veterans by donating to Camp Southern Ground. Then on December 27th, Zac Brown Band and Polaris will host the Proud American Thank You concert, where Polaris will match every dollar donated during the performance, up to $25,000. Camp Southern Ground is a non-profit organization committed to providing extraordinary experiences with a dedicated veterans program designed to serve post-9/11 veterans and their transitions to life after military service.

To donate or learn more, visit

“Polaris takes pride in being an American company built on the values that shaped our nation, values that are protected and exemplified by the brave men and women who have—or are currently—serving our country. Together with Zac Brown Band and Camp Southern Ground, we want to say, ‘thank you’ for their service, sacrifice and commitment to our nation,” said Steven Menneto, President of Polaris Off Road.

“Teaming up with Polaris to raise money to support veteran programs at Camp Southern Ground is a privilege that I don’t take for granted,” added Mike Dobbs, CEO of Camp Southern Ground. “Camp Southern Ground’s veteran programs, Warrior Week and Warrior PATHH, were developed to support the mental health and wellbeing of transitioning veterans. Our goal with the Proud American Thank You is to raise funds to continue to provide that programming at no cost to veterans.”

Zac Brown Band is a frequent collaborator with Polaris and shares the same commitment to supporting our nation’s veterans. Brown started Camp Southern Ground to serve children with diverse backgrounds and abilities, and the project has grown to address the needs of service members transitioning to civilian life after active duty.

In addition to the Proud American Thank You fundraising concert, Polaris will continue its Heroes Advantage Program, offering discounts on vehicles to America’s active military, veterans, first responders, and medical professionals. Polaris works with other programs like its Salute to Service initiative with the Wounded Warriors Project. As a longtime partner of the United States military and allies around the world, Polaris produces a versatile lineup of utility, transport, and tactical off-road vehicles through its Polaris Government’s Defense business. With hundreds of current and former services members part of the Polaris team, including Chairman and CEO Scott Wine, Polaris believes in supporting those who protect this nation’s freedoms, especially after their service is completed.

For more information about the Proud American Thank You and to make a donation, visit, and join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

*Camp Southern Ground is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Tax ID #27-3082862. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. If you have any questions, please contact a Camp Southern Ground representative by email  at [email protected].

Limited Edition Veteran’s Day Raptor Charging Handle from Radian Weapons

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

On September 2, 1901 as Vice President, Theodore Roosevelt used the phrase “speak softly, and carry a big stick” to describe his position on foreign policy. Later to be defined as Big Stick diplomacy, this theory set the foundation for his future presidency.

A decorated Veteran of the Spanish American War, lieutenant colonel of the Rough Rider Regiment, and youngest President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt is our inspiration for this year’s Limited Edition Raptor Charging Handle.

Finished with an OD green cerakote handle, a clear anodized shaft and laser engraved with the famous quote, “Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick; You Will Go Far.” this one-of-a-kind Raptor & Talon Combo is one you can’t afford not to add to your collection. A portion of the proceeds from this product will be donated to Warfighter Outfitters; Veterans helping Veterans on the water and beyond.

*Limited Quantities Available. While Supplies last. The purchase of a Limited Edition Raptor cannot be combined with any other discounts, offers, or promotions. Limit 2 per customer.

Brownells Supports Veterans Group With Shirt Sales Throughout November

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

GRINNELL, Iowa (November 11, 2020) On Veterans Day, Brownells launched a set of limited-edition T-shirts with all profits generated by those shirts to be donated to Special Operations Wounded Warriors.

For sale only until the end of November, the shirts are available in three styles and colors – sizes small through XXXL – and are emblazoned with pro-veteran and patriotic images and slogans.

“Brownells has proudly supported SOWW for years,” said Brownells Vice President of Marketing Ryan Repp. “We hope the t-shirts are a big hit and help us generate more money for this great cause.”

All of the limited-edition t-shirts retail for $19.99 and can be found on this page at the Brownells website.

About SOWW

SOWW (Special Operations Wounded Warriors), a 501(c)(3) Charity, was formed in August of 2012 for the distinct purpose of providing outdoor experiences to a select group of both active duty and veteran U.S. Military Special Operations Forces, that have received wounds in battle, and have received our country’s prestigious Purple Heart Medal. To donate or for more information, visit

A Thank You Message To Our Veterans

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

Whether you’re an American Veteran or served in the military of one of our allies, a big thanks from us to you. We appreciate being in good company!

Warriors Heart to Auction off Handcrafted American Flags Benefiting Warriors Heart Foundation

Tuesday, November 10th, 2020

Bandera, TX – November 10, 2020 – Warriors Heart, a private treatment facility providing care for addiction and chemical dependency & PTSD for active military, veterans, law enforcement and first responders, announced that they will be auctioning off a one-of-a-kind American Flag, handcrafted by Veterans and First Responders in the Warriors Heart Foundation woodshop, beginning Tuesday, November 10th at 8:00am CST through their auction website:

The woodshop is a part of the unique treatments offered at Warriors Heart, devoted to healing our Nations’ Military, Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMT personnel. There are many American flags on the market, but this flag was made by those who were sworn to protect it.

This wooden flag is made with 13 strips of wood and 50 individual stars. The time and effort put into it reflects just how important the American flag is to the men and women serving under it.

“This Flag is a symbol of our home and all we believe in and here…it also represents freedom from addiction,” stated Warriors Heart co-founder, Tom Spooner.

Participants can view the flag, as well as the rules on the Warriors Heart Auction site, which will provide them with a link for the auction raffle tickets itself. The winner will be announced on Facebook, Instagram, and their Auction site, by 5:00PM CST on Thursday November 12th through the site at:

100% of the profits go to the Operation Warriors Heart Foundation where they are used to subsidize the cost of treatment for a Warrior or First Responder in need. The foundation is driven solely through the donations of others, supporting programs that address the unmet needs of suffering servicemen and women and give individuals and communities the tools to become self-sufficient.

You can help make a difference in the lives of our warriors and their families, and this is just one way that you can serve those who have served you. Offers Reduced Pricing of Caliber Memberships to Veterans, Active Duty Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responders

Tuesday, November 10th, 2020

The Woodlands, Texas – November 10, 2020 –, the nation’s first outdoor lifestyle-focused, multi-merchant marketplace announced today that the company will offer Caliber memberships at 50% off to all members of the military and first responders’ communities.

Everest Caliber Memberships are now available to veterans, active duty military, law enforcement and first responders for $59.94 for a one-year membership with annual billing. Caliber members receive the following benefits:
– Free shipping on Caliber-eligible products
– Access to streaming entertainment
– Eat, Play & Travel discounts to 700,000+ locations
– Donation to our non-profit partners
– Early-bird notices on sales and closeouts
– Samples from Everest Storefronts
– Extreme discounts on gear
– Everest t-shirt
– Everest Collectible Pure Copper or Silver Bar
– Discount on a U.S. LawShield membership