Published on July 5th, 2017 | by gareth0
Nintendo Reveals Air Assault Program To Help Vets
As a Vet myself I am all for this and wish more companies would do similar things.
This past June was the Electronic Entertainment Expo, otherwise known as E3! For most, it is an opportunity to see the latest and greatest that the gaming industry has to offer. For us at Stack-Up, it is a chance to thank some amazing veterans for their service through our Air Assault program!
We selected four awesome veterans for the event and took them out to LA for an all expenses paid trip to one of the most exciting convention experiences in the gaming industry! Check out the video below to see all the amazing action from the show floor and to learn more about how we Stack-Up for Veterans!
The Summer fun continues into July and this time you can Stack-Up with us! We will be at the Nintendo World Store in New York City on Sunday, July 16th for an amazing day of games and fun thanks to our fantastic friends at Nintendo!
In addition, there will be a special T-Shirt for attendees that sign up and let us know that they will be joining us. If you are interested in attending this one of a kind event, make sure to hit the image below and fill out the form!
Of course, the summer fun doesn’t stop there! We will also be attending San Diego Comic Con at the end of July and there are plenty of local Stack Events scheduled all summer long. All of this will be leading up to PAX West where we will again be bringing along some amazing Veterans as part of our Air Assualt program!
There are so many ways you can get involved and make an impact for Veterans and remember, Stack-Up is not just supporting US troops, but any veterans wearing a uniform and standing as US allies as well!
Whether sending supply crates full of video games to combat zones or military hospitals, sponsoring deserving veterans to attend VIP gaming events like E3, or working through groups of volunteers stationed worldwide to help veterans at a local level, Stack-Up is here supporting veterans around the world.