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Helping an organization that strongly supports the U.S. military and veterans hits home with Brian.
“We’re all [NRA] Life Members,” he said. “Donating our flags to their events is just one more organization that we can create friendships with and support.”
Hardly a year old, Brian’s business has already doubled in size. He’s aiming to hire 10 more veterans this year and maintains a goal to diversify their product line and increase the amount of veterans they employ.
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