Menomonee Falls, Wis. – Bradley Corporation announces a partnership with American Supply Association (ASA) and non-profit organization, Operation Rise and Conquer (ORC), to provide wounded veterans the opportunity to experience an inspirational outdoor adventure session in the Colorado Rockies.
According to Christopher Mullett, vice president of sales, Bradley Plumbing Group, Bradley will join with ASA and ASA Young Executives (ASAYE) in their campaign goal of raising $100,000 for Operation Rise and Conquer. Bradley will donate a portion of its sales this summer to help ASA and ASAYE reach this goal and support other ORC activities.
“Bradley has a long tradition of supporting America's active duty military and its veterans,” Mullett said. “We are proud to support Operation Rise and Conquer, which engages and empowers our wounded veterans in ways they may not have thought possible.”
During the campaign, Bradley will track sales to ASA members during June, July and August. The company will donate .5 percent of every dollar up to $75,000 to Operation Rise and Conquer.
“ORC is a fantastic avenue to give back and support those who put their lives on the line and served our country,” Rogers Earl Jr., ASA YE Chairman, Valley Supply Co., said. “Bradley’s generous commitment will help enable even more veterans to overcome the hardships they did and are enduring to provide us our freedoms.”
Operation Rise & Conquer sends severely disabled veterans or recovering active duty service members on a week-long outdoor adventure program in the Colorado Rockies. This program is designed to empower and inspire while helping our most deserving citizens regain confidence and trust in themselves and others. The highly personalized nature of this program makes it particularly powerful for each individual, and Operation Rise and Conquer offers partners the opportunity to send volunteers to spend a week working alongside the professional staff in making this a transformational experience.