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Liberty Bottleworks Honoring Servicemembers in July
$7 from each “Freedom Collection” bottle will go to Special Operations Warrior Foundation
YAKIMA, Wash. – July 1, 2013 –Liberty Bottleworks will continue its support of the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF) during the month of July, donating $7 from the sale of each of the company’s “Freedom” collection bottles to the Florida-based organization.
Last year Liberty sent proceeds from all online sales for 10 days to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, which provides scholarship grants, education and counseling to the surviving children of special ops personnel who are killed, as well as financial assistance to wounded soldiers and their families.
“The Special Ops Warrior Foundation has quickly become one of our favorite groups to work with to say ‘Thank You’ to our country’s warriors because they do such amazing work,” said Liberty Co-Founder and COO Ryan Clark. “This is just one small way to honor those who put their lives on the line and show our appreciation for what they do.”
Liberty supports many military causes year-round through efforts such as donating custom bottles for fundraisers benefiting fallen service members and working to provide employment for any veterans in the Yakima area in need of a job.
Liberty’s “Freedom” collection includes designs from Rosie the Riveter to an American Flag. All Freedom bottles purchased from www.LibertyBottles.com during July will contribute $7 each to the SOWF.
About Liberty Bottleworks
Founded in 2010, Liberty Bottleworks was created out of the belief that the best products are made in America by American workers. With a commitment to domestic machinery, raw materials, technology and manpower, Liberty Bottleworks makes the industry’s only completely BPA-free recycled aluminum water bottle from its state-of-the-art factory in Yakima, Wash. Perfect for active lifestyles, whether in the backcountry, the boardroom or the back porch, Liberty bottles can be purchased from retailers across the country or from www.libertybottles.com.
Alex Strickland, SOAR Communications, 801.656.0472 x3, 801.742.1414 (cell), email@example.com