Veterans are making leaps and strides in the field of entrepreneurship.
These are three companies, owned by veterans, with some unique and interesting products for you to watch out for.
I have personally sampled each of these companies for myself.
What is it: Handcrafted wooden flags that are exceptional in quality and durability.
They do not use machines, and the flags are designed to be weatherproof. They come in a wide variety of sizes ranging from small to a massive 7-by-4-foot flag.
There are also many color configurations to choose from.
Grain to Glory is so much more than a mere “flag business.” This company is driven by the idea that “Made in America” still means something. Find their website by clicking here.
What is it: A monthly subscription service for those who love working out.
This is a must-know company for anyone looking for workout supplements.
They ship out monthly boxes with anywhere from 8 to 12 different samples. These range from trial size to single-sized samples. You also get a workout shirt, stickers and other items.
What makes this so interesting is that they boxes change monthly and the value is prevalent, as the total retail value of the box costs more than the subscription, or if you were to have purchased the supplements yourself.
You get things like pre-workout, protein, BCAAs from name brand companies like Monster and Animal.
The T-shirts come in T-shirt or tank top designs, and you can also purchase items from their store.
You can use the code “Britfit” at checkout for a discount. Find their website by clicking here.
What is it: With a passion for firearms and art, Scarecrow Cerakote turns items such as weapons, knives and tumblers into a unique and functional work of art.
My personal favorite skill in their inventory is how they design the paint for tumblers, bottles and cups to look like various munitions in use by our nation’s finest warriors.
You’ll definitely be the envy of your military friends with something like this smoke grenade tumbler.
Find their website by clicking here.
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