For each garment purchased, you have the option of submitting the name and rank of an active duty soldier to be placed on the hood of Jeffrey Earnhardt's car at the Coke Zero 400 in Daytona on July 7th.
Once again, Nine Line Apparel is proud to partner with NASCAR driver Jeffrey Earnhardt to give back to those who have given so much in sacrifice to our nation. The partnership began in April with a joint fundraising effort for Angels of America’s Fallen, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing emotional and recreational support to the children of our fallen servicemembers.
This month, Nine Line and Earnhardt are coming together to raise funds for the Nine Line Foundation, a 100% non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to improving the lives of our nation’s veterans, through the sale of our fundraising design “Leave No Man Behind”. This design captures the essence of what it is to be, and continue to always be, our brother's keeper. Our heroes in the U.S. Armed Forces have given and sacrificed so much for country, family, and brotherhood during their time in the service. To the core of every veteran, active duty or retired, is the importance of and value in looking out for each other during deployment but also when these heroes return home. No matter the instance or place, veterans live by the code of honor and service to brotherhood to never leave a fellow man behind on the battlefield or when they return from deployment. They are each other's keeper now and forever.
The Nine Line Foundation’s current initiative is to build a transitional housing community for homeless veterans in the Savannah, Georgia area, providing not only housing, but also job training in the growing field of aquaponics farming, to help them break free of the cycle of homelessness. With this amazing fundraising design, “Leave No Man Behind”, now you too can help us reach our goal of giving back to these homeless veterans. We wish to raise awareness of the widespread homelessness among our veterans with this design, as well as help these homeless veterans get back on their feet.
Proceeds from the sale of this design will be donated to the Nine Line Foundation to go towards constructing this incredible transitional housing community for homeless veterans right here in Savannah.
The check for the proceeds from this design will be presented to the Nine Line Foundation at the Coke Zero 400 in Daytona, Florida, the weekend of July 6-8. Earnhardt’s car will have the Foundation’s logo on the hood during the race as well as the names of the active duty soldiers that you wish to enter. Fans are invited to wear this design to the race to show their support.
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