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R&M International has stepped up to support paralyzed veterans through its military-themed cookie cutter promotion. Photo courtesy of PVA
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Third annual #TreatsforTroops campaign supports Paralyzed Veterans of America

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The July 4 Independence Day holiday may be behind us, but a leading bakeware company is stepping up to promote patriotism year-round – and support programs that serve America’s paralyzed veterans.

Beginning Aug. 22 through Dec. 31, 2016, R&M International Corp. will support Paralyzed Veterans of America through the sale of military-themed cookie cutters and cookie cutter sets.

“We are honored to be able to give back to the brave men and women who have selflessly given so much so that we may enjoy the freedoms often taken for granted,” said Jason B. Sanders, general manager for R&M International Corp. “We hold our courageous soldiers close to our hearts, in the highest regard and believe they are true heroes. We want to do our part to make sure we are taking care of those heroes who take care of us.” 

This is the third year R&M International has stepped up to support paralyzed veterans through its military-themed cookie cutter promotion, which features cutters shaped in the form of four military vehicles, including a fighter jet, aircraft carrier and tank.

Those who purchase from the promotion are encouraged to share it via social media using #treatsfortroops.

R&M International has been in business for more than 23 years as a wholesaler and distributor of cookie cutters, kitchen tools and specialty bakeware. Based in Pipersville, Penn., the bakeware company was founded by two men with military backgrounds – Mark Weatherhead, who served in the U.S. Air Force, and Robert W.O. Ball, Jr., whose father retired as a Colonel in the Air Force.

“We are so grateful for businesses like R&M International Corp. who are raising funds in support of our paralyzed veterans,” said Al Kovach Jr., national president of Paralyzed Veterans of America. “Every fundraiser makes a difference and with their commitment, we are able to continue improving care for our veterans and help strengthen the programs and services we provide.” 

Items for sale through the #TreatsforTroops campaign can be viewed at this link.

 

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