- Root 66 is offering a promotion for veterans to get 20% off online purchases.
- NEO Alternatives is the parent company of Root 66.
The CBD industry has been the catalyst for many therapeutic products, helping with conditions that veterans often experience. Just in time for Veteran’s Day, hemp-based CBD company Root 66 has announced a partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project. This is the first time that the Wounded Warrior Project has partnered with any official CBD brand, according to reports from PRWeb.
Root 66 holds a lot of responsibility in this position, continuing to focus on their ethical philosophy and attention to social responsibility. Their brand offers effective solutions for any consumer seeking to improve their quality of life and enhance their health and wellness. The president of Root 66’s parent company, Kevin DiSano, recently expressed his own connections with the men and women who have served.
DiSano of NEO Alternatives stated, “My father proudly served in the military for 24 years and, in fact, all of us on the Root 66 team have friends and family who have served in the military. We appreciate and are inspired by their dedication, courage, and commitment to our country. We admire the mission of the Wounded Warrior Project and that’s why we are so proud to be the first CBD brand to support such an incredible organization that impacts veterans and active duty service members in such a meaningful way.”
The role that Route 66 holds in this partnership is as a Corporate Champion, allowing them to support the self-care efforts of veterans and warriors. The company also is launching a promotion online that allows veterans and warriors to save 20% on their purchases with the code ROOT66VETERAN.
The Root 66 brand was the first company that was launched in the market by NEO Alternatives, putting great importance on safety, effectiveness, and affordability. NEO’s “seed to store” mantra plays a major role, ensuring that every product is 100% natural, tested for efficacy, and filled with organic ingredients.
Learn more about the CBD company’s efforts by visiting https://root66brand.com/. Additional information about the Wounded Warrior Project is available at http://newsroom.woundedwarriorproject.org/about-us.