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3 veteran-owned companies to check out in 2018

These are three veteran-owned companies to check out this year. (AMN)
January 23, 2018
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Veterans are making big strides in the field of entrepreneurship.

These are three companies, owned by veterans, with some unique and interesting products for you to check out.

High Speed Daddy

This company specializes in making tactical or “High Speed” gear for parents. Military brats take great pride in how their parents were different, and these products are a nod to that.

From diaper bags to lunch bags, and also Woobies, they have you covered.

If you’ve ever been in the military, you know exactly what a poncho liner or “Woobie” is. These blankets are a source of warmth and comfort to troops all over the world.

In addition to full-sized Woobies, High Speed Daddy has scaled them down to baby and toddler sizes for you to give your child the same experience. They are soft, durable and made from the same water-resistant material as the current liner.

(High Speed Daddy)

K Bar Soap Company 

Handmade bars of soap that are designed to look like hand grenades. The names are all based on memorable sayings in the military, which speaks to the veteran ownership of this company.

Eagerly I placed my order and my “Firewatch” bar of soap arrived very quickly. I was really impressed with the smell, look and quality of this product. The hefty bar of soap was long lasting and felt great on my skin. It will make me think twice about buying cheap mass-produced soap again.

They also sell beard oil and other products.

(K Bar Soap Co)

AAF

American AF is without a doubt one of the most patriotic clothing companies on the market. Their flag silkies, pro-Trump bathing suits and Founding Fathers gym line have been extremely popular among veterans and active duty.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis even has his likeness featured in a line of merchandise.

(AAF)

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