Starline Brass Launches Project Service Dog to Help Veterans

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posted on June 6, 2017
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Starline Brass has recently kicked off a new promotion to help military veterans. Project Service Dog began Memorial Day with a new reloading prize pack giveaway to raise funds to place a service dog with a deserving U.S. veteran. The reloading prize pack includes a Hornady Lock N Load AP Reloading Press, RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme Reloading Press, Graf & Sons $200 gift certificate, Champion AR500 3/8-inch 66 percent IPSC Steel Target, 500 Sierra Bullets and 500 Starline cases of the winner’s choice.

Enter to win this awesome prize pack and help Starline raise funds to place a service dog with a deserving U.S. veteran today at www.starlinebrass.com/project.

Increase your chances of winning by entering once each day during the contest period. Be sure to share the contest with Facebook friends to help raise awareness for this project and, you will receive two bonus entries for each friend that enters.

Starline will donate $1 for every unique entry in the Project Service Dog online prize pack giveaway and $1 for every order they receive during the promotion period to Retrieving Freedom. Additionally, the company will match dollar for dollar each donation placed on Retrieving Freedom’s website. Retrieving Freedom, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to training service dogs to serve the needs of veterans.

Being disabled in a combat zone and forced to return to society as a civilian can be a very difficult struggle for many veterans. Retrieving Freedom’s service dogs assist veterans with daily tasks and provide companionship to help them cope with emotions they may be experiencing. They also assist veterans who are living with limited mobility or use an orthotic or prosthetic device.

Project Service Dog will run through July 4. Enter to win this reloading prize pack today, and help give back to the loyal and dedicated troops who have sacrificed so much for our great country.

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