Fobus Creates Patriotic Holsters to Benefit Veterans Health

posted on July 29, 2018

Fobus Holster is partnering with the Boot Campaign in support of health and wellness for those who have served in the U.S. military. The holster manufacturer will produce five of its most popular holsters and magazine pouches with a patriotic design and some of the profits will be turned over to the Boot Campaign.

“Our veterans sacrifice so much for our freedom and we want them to be assured that when they return home they will have our full support.” said Ryder Jones, Sales and Marketing Director at Fobus. “We are always looking for organizations to partner with who support our veterans. Boot Campaign provides a fun and unique way for us to give back.” 

This is not Fobus’ first venture with the Boot Campaign. It has previously participated in the organization’s Boot Shoot, which was a publicity effort to raise awareness of the program. Now, Fobus is taking another step to show its support for the cause.

The Boot Campaign launched its health and wellness program in 2016. The idea was put forth by Morgan Luttrell, former Navy SEAL and twin brother to Lone Survivor author Marcus Luttrell.



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