Wahl Presents $75,000 Check to Wounded Warrior Project at MADE IN AMERICA 2019

On-site registration is still available to be a part of the largest-ever public showcase of American-made products at the Indiana Convention Center this weekend

LtoR: Bruce Kramer - Wahl Senior VP | Steven Yde - Wahl VP Marketing | Retired Army Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Pauley | Phil Wahl - Wahl Product Manager at MADE IN AMERICA 2019

During the Friday evening event of MADE IN AMERICA 2019, the largest-ever showcase of American-made products and machines, Wahl Clipper Corporation, the household name in grooming, presented a $75,000 check to Wounded Warrior Project. Wounded Warrior Project is a charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, services and events for wounded veterans of military actions following September 11, 2001.

“We are extremely humbled that Wahl presented such an exceptional gift to this very noble organization,” said Don Buckner, Sr. “Veterans are the backbone of American manufacturing, and helping one another is a big part of the mission.”

There is still time to join and participate in this monumental event. On-site, walk-up registration is available at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis this weekend.

About Made In America 2019

MADE IN AMERICA 2019 will be the rallying point of people, businesses and organizations from all areas of manufacturing to interact and share the latest innovations and advances in research, product innovation and service delivery. For this monumental event, taking place October 3-6, more than 450,000 square feet of the Indiana Convention Center has been reserved to showcase American-made machines and products by hundreds of U.S. manufacturers.

For more information, visit madeinamerica.com.

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