Amanda Kole / Friday, August 15, 2014 / Categories: WireMasters News WireMasters Supports Wounded Warrior Project WireMasters polished their clubs and traveled to Fresno, California this week to sponsor and partake in the NIACC-AVITECH Technologies charity golf tournament benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. The tournament was held at the beautiful Belmont Country Club where WireMasters teamed with warriors and spent the day playing a round of golf, eating lunch, and competing in contest such as the longest drive and closest to the pin. It was an honor for WireMasters to play with and be among these American heroes. These veterans have put their lives on the line for our freedom, and they are true heroes. All proceeds raised will go to help the Wounded Warrior Project support and empower the warriors and their families as they return home from the current conflicts overseas. WireMasters was fortunate to be able to give back to this meaningful organization. The Wounded Warrior project continues to discover the ever-evolving needs of fellow Wounded Warriors offering multiple programs to adhere to their needs. Last year they raised over $175,000,000 in fundraising efforts directly funding the programs and services of injured service members. On behalf of WireMasters, thank you to all the men and women who risk their lives and fight to protect this country’s freedom. Your dedication, service, and sacrifices are truly admiring. May God bless you and your families! Previous Article Senior National Accounts Manager, Chris Sayler, Returns to WireMasters Next Article Coax Cable to Fit your Needs Print 3026 Rate this article: No rating Tags: WireMasters Mil-Spec Wire NIACC-AVITECH Wounded Warrior Project WWP 1 comments on article "WireMasters Supports Wounded Warrior Project" analogkid38401 Reblogged this on rushholladay and commented: This was really a humbling experience! Typically, when I think of "wounded warriors", I immediately think of physical damages. What these two super-heroes taught me was that mental damage and sensory loss are both just as real. Thanks to all our men and women who have chosen to defend our great nation! 9/9/2014 12:12 PM Please login or register to post comments.