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Wounded Warrior Project and Under Armour

Wounded Warrior Project Sunglasses and Under Armour Eyewear

Under Armour Performance Eyewear has partnered up with Wounded Warrior Project® to introduce six exclusive sunglass styles. Between August 2012 and December 2014, Under Armour will make a donation of over $1 million to Wounded Warrior Project benefiting injured service members and their families. Your purchase helps support our troops.

Support the Wounded Warrior Project with Under Armour Sunglasses

Wounded Warrior Project and Under Armour Eyewear

Under Armour is proud to be the official apparel partner of Wounded Warrior Project. Under Armour helps support Wounded Warriors along with their families in a variety of ways. Under Armour honors those who Protect This House! through monetary donations and public awareness to programmatic support.

Under Armour began supporting the Wounded Warrior Project Backpack Program in 2010. This program distributes backpacks to wounded service members when they first enter military treatment facilities in Landstuhl, Germany, and stateside. In addition to underwriting the program, Under Armour fills each Wounded Warrior Project backpack with customized Under Armour essentials and information regarding Wounded Warrior Project’s 18 innovative programs and services. Under Armour and Wounded Warrior Project have sent over 6,000 backpacks to Wounded Warriors recovering in military hospitals in Germany and across the U.S. since it started in 2010.

Under Armour creates awareness by partnering with NCAA Division I Football teams who wear specially designed Wounded Warrior Project and Under Armour branded uniforms. Through monthly activities such as work-outs at Under Armour’s headquarters and the Under Armour Combine Training center, Under Armour continues to support Wounded Warrior Project in as many ways as possible.

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