Victory Tailgate, Operation Hat Trick Partnership Supports Wounded Soldiers
Victory Tailgate, Orlando, Fla., recently announced its collaboration with Operation Hat Trick (OHT) by offering specialized OHT NCAA-licensed cornhole sets and accessories.
The game will be sold in sets and offer a special OHT camouflage design, accompanied with official NCAA school logos.
OHT is an organization dedicated to providing support, awareness and funding for America’s wounded soldiers. Now through Veteran’s Day, Victory Tailgate is increasing its ongoing contribution to OHT by donating 100% of its net proceeds toward providing soldiers the proper treatment.
“Operation Hat Trick is very excited to have Victory Tailgate as a new licensee; since cornhole is very popular, we look forward to having great success with the OHT games,” says Dot Sheehan, founder of Operation Hat Trick. “We are very thankful that Victory Tailgate has sent games to wounded service member groups free of charge. They help with hand-eye coordination and brain recovery of those working hard to recover from serious injuries.”
Since the partnership’s inception, Victory Tailgate has donated to multiple organizations supporting American soldiers and their families, including the Travis Mills’ Foundation—Veteran’s Family Camp and Project Sanctuary.
“Working with Operation Hat Trick is an opportunity that has created immediate positive synergies throughout Victory Tailgate,” says Scott Sims, owner of Victory Tailgate. “Through our charity involvement with Operation Hat Trick, Victory Tailgate has been able to make a direct impact by supporting the troops with monetary and product donations of our high-quality “Made-in-America” bag-toss products. We are grateful to have this opportunity to partner with Operation Hat Trick and feel we have a greater responsibility, as a company that manufactures products here in America, to give back to our country in any way possible.”
For more information, visit victorytailgate.com. — J.L.