Non-profit to receive portion of proceeds from sale of custom clothing from Feb. 22 – March 8
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / PRURGENT
CARROLTON, Ga. (Feb. 22, 2018) – Waypoint Ranch, a non-profit organization helping military families find alternative routes to recovery from the unseen wounds of war, is partnering with Nine Line Apparel for a unique fundraising and awareness campaign. The two Georgia-based organizations have created an exclusive, limited-edition “Liberate” branded clothing to help illustrate the work and mission of Waypoint Ranch in Carrollton, GA.
Men’s and women’s shirts and hoodies can be purchased on at www.ninelineapparel.com under the “Limited Time Design” tab starting Thursday, Feb. 22 through March 8. Once the sale has closed, orders will be processed and shipped. A portion of the proceeds from the shirts and hoodie sales will be donated to Waypoint Ranch.
"We can think of at least 22 reasons a day to partner with Nine Line Apparel”, said Founder Stephanie Cirasa. “We are honored to both support veteran families and help return our country to its patriotic roots!"
Waypoint Ranch specializes in ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy), Equine and Canine Therapy. The program is effective, action oriented and trauma focused. Functional therapies that get to the root of problems are combined with rehabilitative therapies that create positive change in behaviors and ultimately improve brain organization.
Veteran founded and owned Nine Line Apparel is not just a lifestyle and apparel company. The team takes pride in their giveback mentality, especially in showing support for our nation’s veterans. Many who serve our country don’t return as the same person they were before deployment, that is why it is our mission to support those who provide an outlet for our servicemen and women with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD.
“We make it our mission at Nine Line Apparel to partner with non-profit organizations working toward helping veterans find balance and purpose once they return from life altering deployments,” says CEO & co-founder Tyler Merritt. “Many of us know someone who’s suffering from PTSD. It’s important to educate veterans and their loved ones about the variety of resources available to them.”
For more information about Waypoint Ranch, please visit www.waypointranch.org, and for Nine Line Apparel, please visit www.ninelineapparel.com.