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Help me to help our Wounded Warriors

Pipeline and revenue are getting harder to earn these days.


With some, but not all businesses reopening fully, the path to getting folks employed and tax bases growing again will be much longer than it took to disrupt them.


This means charities are and will continue to be heavily impacted.


The best way I know how to help is to work harder and donate.


ABMarketing Leads will donate 10% of our profits until the end of the year to the Wounded Warrior Project. Yes, fully 10%!


Not 1%, 3%, 5% or an undisclosed donation. In essence, I am taking 10% out of our pockets to go directly to a great cause. It is worth it!


This charity is close to my heart.


Wounded Warrior serves military veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury or illness while serving on or after September 11, 2001.


As many of my friends know, my wife served in the US Army in Iraq, as a medic.


She was 41 when she re-enlisted in the Reserve following 9/11, and she was part of the second wave of troops who went to Baghdad, following the initial invasion by the Marines, in April 2003.


She suffered from PTSD. Later she came down with leukemia -- we think it was from exposure to burn pits (or radiation from damaged tanks -- she was in a weapons unit) -- and she died far too young, at the age of 54.


So I know first-hand the challenges that some of these folks face.


Because each person's wounds are different -- from any number of physical injuries, to PTSD to depression, Wounded Warrior provides free, individualized services to hundreds of thousands of our finest citizens.


The damages are on-going. Wounded Warrior helps the healing process to be an on-going, without being dependent on schedules or economic conditions.


Please help me support these fallen heroes. Take a moment to learn about our lead generation services and our guarantee.


Let me know if you have any questions.

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