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On Sunday, April 15, USMC veteran and actor R. Lee Ermey passed away. Help us honor his memory with this fundraising design.
What happens when two veteran owned companies decide to join forces against the world? Greatness, that’s what! Nine Line Apparel and Black Rifle Coffee Company are excited to announce a new partnership that aims to unite the veteran community, rather than divide it.
Nine Line Apparel is excited to announce their new partnership with American military hero Mark "Oz" Geist, with the launch of two exclusive designs, now available at NineLineApparel.com.
Veteran owned Nine Line Apparel is proud to announce a partnership with legendary firearms manufacturer SIG SAUER. It only seemed a natural fit for the pro-military, pro-2nd Amendment apparel company to form bonds with SIG, one of the most recognizable firearms brands in the country, and the recently contracted standard issue pistol of the US Army.
In honor of SGT Ermey, Nine Line Apparel will be selling a special design to pay homage to “Gunny”, and the legacy that he leaves behind. Proceeds from the sale of this design will be donated to the Young Marines Youth Organization, of which Ermey was the spokesperson. The nonprofit foundation focuses on supporting our youth by instilling strong values, character development, and leadership training, though programs in the United States, Germany, and Japan.
Nine Line Foundation is pleased to announce its initiative to build a Veterans Village in Savannah, Georgia. This isn’t the first construction initiative for the Nine Line Foundation. The foundation has already raised money and built five handicap accessible homes for wounded veterans around the country.
Nine Line’s talented team of designers created “Liberate” to help illustrate the work and mission of Waypoint Ranch in Carrollton, GA. Waypoint is a working ranch that provides a peaceful place for veterans and their families to go to find effective, evidence based holistic alternative therapies.
When tragedy hits a community, Nine Line Apparel stands by their motto, “We’ve Got Your Six,” and our team is doing just that to honor the memory of those lost too soon on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL. We are extremely proud to be working in conjunction with Broward Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, who is solely dedicated to supporting teachers and students in Broward County Public Schools. 100% of funds raised from the sale of this design will support the victims and families of Stoneman Douglas High.
On April 20, 2007, SGT Eric Morante’s squad was guarding a strategic bridge in Iraq, when a suicide bomber detonated a truck with over 3,000 pounds of explosives beneath their feet. SGT Morante’s right leg was amputated above the knee, his wrist was shattered, several bones in his face were broken and teeth broken, and he suffered a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). After returning home, SGT Morante, like many before him, realized that his life would be changed forever by his injury and loss of limb. And, like many before him, he would find support from Nine Line Foundation.
This spring, Nine Line is excited to announce its first annual Operation: Prom Dress, a donation drive dedicated to providing a memorable Prom night to underprivileged young women in the Savannah area. From now until March 2nd, Nine Line will be collecting new and gently used prom dresses, purses, jewelry, and other accessories, at their location at 450 Fort Argyle Road.
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