Line-X Donates Tickets to Armed Forces Personnel For College Football Bowl Game

December 2016 News Trevor Mason

The 2016 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl is taking place this Friday, December 23, and Line-X is donating game tickets to local Texas military members. The game will match up The US Naval Academy and Louisiana Tech. “LINE-X’s overall sponsorship of the game is a true reflection of the organization’s wide-reaching appreciation for the continued service and sacrifice of military personnel for the nation.” 

Line-X has long supported the Armed Forces, and many senior executives at the company served themselves, including president Dennis Weese, who is a former US Army officer and graduate of the Military Academy at West Point. The company has strived to support our country’s veterans whenever and wherever possible. 

Some of their initiatives include military discounts on products and services, philanthropic support to veteran’s organizations, and special incentives through Line-X’s franchising program to help veterans start their own businesses. 

“LINE-X has always prided itself on its unwavering support for members of our Armed Forces – from encouraging veterans to start their own businesses to supporting some of the organizations that enact positive change in the lives of veterans everywhere,” says Weese. “Several members of our executive team, including myself, have served in the armed forces – so it’s truly an initiative that’s near and dear to our hearts. Supporting the Armed Forces Bowl and donating tickets for Dallas-Fort Worth area service members and their families is yet another reflection of our overall efforts to show our appreciation. It should be a spirited game for our troops to enjoy, and we at LINE-X are proud to be a part of it.” 

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