SPONSORS
 

The Getting2Tri Foundation (G2T)
Founder and President: Mike Lenhart
Atlanta, GA
http://www.getting2tri.org/

In 2011, Mike Lenhart, Founder and President of The Getting2Tri Foundation, joined forces with PROJECT SOLDIERS & SKINS to plan and execute a training camp and paratriathlon for Wounded Warriors in 2012. Since 2006, G2T has used the sports’ disciplines of swimming, cycling, running, racing wheelchair, and hand-cycle as the vehicles for integrating individuals with physical disabilities into their local communities. Mike is a 1990 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, earned an MBA from Georgia State University, and spent seven years on active duty as an Infantry Officer in the US Army, highlighted by a company command in the historic 82nd Airborne Division.

FM 106.7—The Fan—The Sports Junkies
DC Sports Radio
Program Director: Chris Kinard
http://washington.cbslocal.com/station/106-7-the-fan/

In 2010, Bret Oliverio, Executive Producer of FM 106.7—The Fan—The Sports Junkies, recorded and aired a public service announcement about PROJECT SOLDIERS & SKINS, paid for by FM 106.7. For the 2012 Redskins Season, WJFK-FM Program Director Chris Kinard has agreed to continue supporting our project. FM 106.7 The Fan, the best radio station for D.C. sports fans, has had a huge impact on increasing our project's donor base as well as annual Redskins ticket donations to Wounded Warriors in DC, VA, and MD. Thank you, Chris Kinard!

ANDY'S TAILGATE CRUISER
Owner: Andy Macias
http://www.tailgatecruiser.com

In 2010, Andy Macias donated his full tailgate inventory to support a tailgate for the Wounded Warriors and Family Members attending the final Redskins game of the season. Over 30 Wounded Warriors and Families attended, supported by Project Leaders largely from McLean Bible Church. Andy's Tailgate Cruiser makes tailgating simple by renting the equipment online and delivering it to customers in the parking lot on gameday. Customers simply bring their own food and beverages and pick up the hardware in the parking lot. Tailgate Cruiser currently operates at DC United Soccer, Washington Nationals Baseball and University of Maryland Football. Growing up in Arizona, Andy comes from a family dedicated to public and military service. After a 23-year career in the U.S. Navy, he is now democratizing tailgating for a living.

Warriors’ Watch Riders
Northern Virginia
State Coordinator: Army Medic Specialist Jon (“Doc”) Kromer
http://www.warriorswatch.org/

In 2009, Warriors’ Watch Riders rallied with Wounded Warriors at Walter Reed Army Medical Center to escort them to Redskins Games at FEDEX Field. Warriors’ Watch Riders provides motorcycle escorts for military units returning from war, for units deploying, and for individual warriors coming home or going off. Warrior’s Watch works very closely with “A Hero’s Welcome,” and The Yellow Ribbon Club, and other troop support groups and provides a motorcycle escort component to their good work when they require it. Warriors’ Watch also supports military families and unit Family Readiness Groups. When asked, they will attend, promote, and add a little excitement to fundraisers, family-support events and other activities. They will provide motorcycle escorts for military family members in any awareness-raising activity in which they may be engaged.

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