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Wounded Wear is Growing and Expanding

Link: Press Release

Wounded Wear is Growing and Expanding

Wounded Wear is pleased to announce exciting changes that will position the organization to better serve combat-wounded warriors and Gold Star family members. Wounded Wear will be moving to the Greenbrier Commerce Park section of Chesapeake, Virginia. The new headquarters will be located at 1220 Executive Boulevard, Suite 109. This location will be a combination of offices, showroom, and warehouse. The facility will be open to the public to visit and learn more about Wounded Wear and its important mission.

Be sure to read the press release to learn more about the how Wounded Wear is growing and expanding.

Wounded Wear News

Local Runner to Honor Fallen U.S. Military Women and benefit Wounded Wear and The Women in Military Service for America

A local runner, Nancy Lacore, is training for a 160 mile run she calls Valor Run. It will be taking place October 12-18, in honor of the 159 U.S. military women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. The...

Woman to run 160 miles for fallen service members

As long as she avoids injury, she's confident the Valor Run will go as planned: 25 miles per day for six days, starting in Chesapeake at Wounded Wear. Day two will take her through Williamsburg....

San Fransisco Security Traders Association

“The STA Board of Governors would like to make a difference in the lives of wounded veterans. We, the board, will wear military boots during the STA National Conference, and ask people to sponsor...

Warrior News

Local Runner to Honor Fallen U.S. Military Women and benefit Wounded Wear and The Women in Military Service for America

A local runner, Nancy Lacore, is training for a 160 mile run she calls Valor Run. It will be taking place October 12-18, in honor of the 159 U.S. military women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. The...

Medal of Honor to Marine Kyle Carpenter

But roughly 40 surgeries and almost four years later, Carpenter visited White House on Thursday to receive the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military honor, from President Obama. The award...

Woman to run 160 miles for fallen service members

As long as she avoids injury, she's confident the Valor Run will go as planned: 25 miles per day for six days, starting in Chesapeake at Wounded Wear. Day two will take her through Williamsburg....

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