GregRon Photography | Wounded Warrior Project Cyberspace Benefit

Wounded Warrior Project Cyberspace Benefit

It was a pleasure to be a part of the Wounded Warrior Project Cyberspace Benefit on February 6th, 2013. Here at GregRon Photography we are excited to see the Wounded Warrior Project thriving and making a difference in soldiers' lives and the community. GregRon Photography would like to contribute to the success of the Wounded Warrior Project. To that end, GregRon Photography will donate 50% of print profits for every print purchased of the Wounded Warrior Project Cyberspace Benefit.

The military has been a big part of my life since childhood. I love being able to tell people that my dad was a Marine. But love to tell people even more that my mom was a Marine. Our family is proud to have a military history that goes back to World War I. From my great grandfather serving in the Army in World War I, grandparents who served in World War II, and parents who served in the Vietnam and Operation Desert Shield eras. I am proud of our family's rich military history. I am also proud to work for the Phil Long Organization, that is very active in supporting our soldiers and warriors within the community.

I have a deep respect and appreciation for our men and women of the military and carry them in my heart always. I want to thank our soldiers and warriors for protecting our freedom and way of life. Please thank a soldier for their service the next time you see him or her.

Thank you,
Matt VanHook

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Photos of the benefit can be downloaded at no charge. Prints are available.

For every print purchased of the Wounded Warrior Project Cyberspace Benefit, GregRon Photography will donate 50% of print profits to the Wounded Warrior Project.