Brawny Wounded Warriors

This is a sponsored post for Lunchbox.

Say Thanks to Our Nation’s Heroes

For every US Solider killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, seven are wounded. The maker of Brawny® is a proud supporter of Wounded Warrior Project®, an organization dedicated to honoring and empowering those heroes injured in combat. The maker of Brawny® has teamed up with Wounded Warrior Project® and Walmart to say thanks to our Nation’s Heroes. On July 6th and 7th, Walmart shoppers pledged their support to our soldiers and Brawny®’s donation of $200,000. Now, you have the chance to show your support for our Nation’s Heroes as well. Head over to Walmart.com, join your state of supporters and the maker Brawny® will make a total donation of $10,000 to Wounded Warrior Project®.

Spread the Word

Help spread the word from the maker of Brawny® and Wounded Warrior Project® by sharing your support button on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest!

Our Thanks to You

As a thank you for your support from the maker of Brawny® and Wounded Warrior Project®, be sure to pick up the $1 off coupon for Brawny® products to use at Walmart for an every day low price.

Brawny $1 off CouponGo

Conversation Starters:

*Are you a veteran? What did your time in the service teach you?

*How do you show your support for our nation’s heroes? Donations? Volunteering? Let us know how you say thanks every day.

*How did your time in the military or your family member’s time in the military affect the person you are today? How have you applied what you learned during your service in military/your family member’s service during their time in the military to your life today?

*What changes have you noticed since your service or your family member’s service? How have these changes made you who you are today?
I love these questions.

Do you ever wonder how to thank a veteran? I do. Do you ever wonder what to ask a veteran about their time spent in the service or away from family? I do. Try asking these questions to those that have served to protect our freedoms.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lunchbox . I was compensated for this post, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.