$1 of Every Item Sold is Donated to a Family-Run, Military Charity which Rotates Quarterly
LONG BEACH, Calif., (April 12, 2016)—Match Grade Apparel, a veteran-owned, US-made apparel company, has launched and is now providing comfortable clothing that you’ll feel proud to wear. All Match Grade products are made in the U.S.A. and $1 of every item sold is donated directly to a family-run, military charity which rotates quarterly.
“Upon completing seven years of service as a Marine, I entered civilian life and quickly realized there aren’t as many opportunities for veterans like myself to help others in the way I had done in the service,” said Alec Reisberg, founder of Match Grade. “This void led to the creation of Match Grade, which not only offers clothing that is comfortable and made right here on US soil, but also supports charitable military organizations.”
Match Grade currently offers three military-themed t-shirt designs for both men and women, all in various colors. Additional designs will be released each quarter. $1 of each product sold from April 1, 2016 – June 30, 2016 will be donated directly to the Cpl Chad E. Oligschlaeger Foundation for the Study of PTSD, whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of troop members suffering from stress, adversity and trauma encountered while serving their country.
ABOUT MATCH GRADE APPAREL
Match Grade Apparel is a veteran-owned, USA-made apparel company that launched in 2016 with a mission of providing comfortable, American-made clothing that unites active and veteran military and also gives back to the military. All Match Grade products are proudly made in the U.S.A, and $1 of every item sold is donated directly to a family-run, military charity which rotates quarterly. To learn more about Match Grade, visit https://www.matchgradeapparel.com/ or follow along on Facebook at Match Grade.
ABOUT CPL. CHAD E. OLIGSCHLAEGER FOUNDATION FOR THE STUDY OF PTSD
Cpl Chad E. Oligschlaeger Foundation for the Study of PTSD’s mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of troop members suffering from stress, adversity and trauma encountered while serving the country. By raising public awareness for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), their goal is to raise and provide funding for counseling and support groups, to support research into the causes of, and effective treatments for PTSD, to find temporary housing for our veterans who have returned and are returning from war, to advocate and lobby on behalf of the PTSD community for change in drug protocol in the military, and to maintain a website for access to helpful resources, articles and educational information about PTSD.
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