February 10, 2016 Administrator

Navy SEAL vetrepreneur gives back to special ops charity

TUCSON, Ariz. – Bottle Breacher, a veteran-owned and operated manufacturer of custom beverage openers from ammunition rounds, announced their new partnership with the Eagle Fund program on Wednesday.

The Eagle Fund is a non-profit organization that supports active duty, wounded or retired members of the special operations community. Since 2010, the Eagle Fund has provided 607 special operations men and women with physical therapy, performance training, nutritional support and massage therapy.Breacher2

The owners of Bottle Breacher, Eli and Jen Crane, were eager to help after learning about the charity in December. As a result, they will offer a special Eagle Fund branded Bottle Breacher and will donate 100 percent of the proceeds to the program.

“Giving back is a large part of what we believe in here at Bottle Breacher,” said Eli Crane. “In our veteran community, it is very important that we do what we can to ensure each veteran has the support they need and the Eagle Fund is great chance for us to give back to the special operations community.”

Additionally, each service member who goes through the Eagle Fund program will receive a personalized Bottle Breacher at no cost.

“It was our vision to give them something tangible, something to show our gratitude to them for defending our country, to show them how thankful we are to be able to serve them and that’s where Eli made that vision a reality through Bottle Breacher,” said RJ Kasper, coordinator for the Eagle Fund. “When we get a package that says Bottle Breacher on the label, I am excited because it has quickly become the best day of the week.”

Eagle Fund Bottle Breachers are now available now through http://bottlebreacher.com/eagle-fund-bottle-breacher-with-gift-box. To donate directly to Eagle Fund visit their website at www.theeaglefund.org.

The Eagle Fund is a restricted fund established in AREF, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations made to the Eagle Fund are restricted to support wounded and injured members of the Special Operations community and will be used to directly support our active duty service men and women.

About Bottle Breacher
Based in Tucson, Arizona, Bottle Breacher is a veteran-owned company providing hand crafted 50 Caliber bottle openers made by active duty service members and veterans. The staff at Bottle Breacher previously used 50-Caliber ammunition to defend their country while down range, and now they use them to provide the best man gifts, groomsmen gifts, and promotional products on the market. Open your next cold one in style.

About Eagle Fund

The Eagle Fund is a program developed as a partnership with the Andrews Research & Education Foundation (AREF) and EXOS, world leaders in sports medicine and human performance. This program exists for the purpose of supporting active duty wounded or injured members of the Special Operations community. We provide our participants with physical therapy, performance training, nutritional support, and massage therapy.


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