Propper Teams With USO Missouri for Memorial Day
Propper, a Missouri-based company dedicated to providing equipment to the military, law enforcement and public safety personnel, has donated $7,452 of their online sales to USO Missouri (not to be confused with the USS Missouri).
Christine Trotter, USO of Missouri’s Development Director, says,
“We count on companies and private individuals to help support our operations. Propper’s overwhelming generosity has been incredible.”
John Negrau, Vice President of Marketing and eCommerce for Propper, expressed his company’s satisfaction at providing some help. As he said in the company’s press release,
“Our military heritage is a perfect complement to the USO’s mission and purpose. It made sense that we should honor our fallen troops by supporting current active duty personnel.”
Propper also celebrates fifty years of supporting our great nation’s brave men and women this year this year. According to their website, they’ve produced 120 million garments for the U.S. military, beginning all the way back in 1967 (that’s when they made their first white Dixie Cup hats for the Navy).
Today they continue to live by their vision, staying (as they put it), “Dedicated to equipping those who commit their lives to serving others.”
And for even more background information on what makes this staunchly American company, visit their site here.
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