Acosta Sales & Marketing: Over 30 Brands Pledge Support of Annual Wounded Warrior Project Believe in Heroes Campaign [Manufacturing Close - Up]
(Manufacturing Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Acosta Sales & Marketing reported that more than 30 national consumer brands and 100 grocery retail banners have pledged to support this generation of veterans by participating in the 2014 Wounded Warrior Project Believe in Heroes campaign.
According to a media release, Believe in Heroes benefits Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), a non-profit organization whose mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors.
Participating brands for the 2014 campaign include: BIC Flex 4 razors, Brawny Paper Towels, Burt's Bees Towelettes, Campbell's Condensed Soups, Carnation Breakfast Essentials, Clorox Bleach, Domino and C&H Sugar, Duracell, Earth Balance, GERBER and GERBER Organic, GERBER GOOD START Formula, GERBER GRADUATES, Horizon Organic, Hormel Pepperoni, Hormel SPAM, Hostess Snacks and Donettes, Jell-O, Jimmy Dean, MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee, Minute Maid Pure Squeezed, Purina Beggin', Purina Beneful, Purina Dog Chow, Purina Friskies, Sabra, Silk, Smart Balance, Starkist Tuna Pouches, SunnyD, Sweet Baby Ray's and Welch's Sparkling Juice Cocktail.
"The grocery industry's support of injured service members through Believe in Heroes is nothing short of remarkable," said Robert Hill, CEO of Acosta. "Our veterans have selflessly sacrificed to protect and serve our country, and this movement firmly demonstrates our collective commitment to giving back to our nation's heroes when they need our help the most. In recognition of Independence Day and as we embark on the fifth annual Believe in Heroes campaign, we, along with our partners at WWP, thank all of the participating brands, retailers and shoppers as this program would not be possible without their generosity and cooperation."
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