Devil-Dog Dungarees today announced its latest charitable contribution of $25,000 to Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). As a proud partner of WWP, Devil-Dog has supported the organization and its mission with donations now totaling $125,000 since 2019 regardless of sales.
Devil-Dog was first established in 1948 by U.S. Army veteran Louis Rosenstock who named the company in honor of the Marines and all the armed forces who fought so bravely for our country. Today, the company is led by Louis’ grandchildren, Jeff and David Rosenstock, and serves as a men’s denim and lifestyle brand focused on casual style.
Each pair of Devil-Dog jeans comes with a dog tag that showcases its partnership with WWP. “We are honored to continue our partnership with Wounded Warrior Project, a cause that is so important to our brand’s heritage and values,” said Jeff Rosenstock, Co-Owner & President of Devil-Dog Dungarees. “In addition to our monetary support, we are equally proud of our campaign to drive awareness to WWP’s mission to honor and empower wounded warriors.”
This Veterans Day, Devil-Dog employees will once again march in the New York City Veterans Day Parade on Friday, November 11th, with the WWP team members, veterans, and wounded warriors. As a special thanks to all those who have served our country, Devil-Dog will increase its year-round 20% military discount for Active Duty, Retirees, Veterans, Military Spouses, and Military Family Member to 50% off its products sitewide from November 3rd through November 13th via the Id.me platform (Id.me provides secure identity proofing, authentication, and group affiliation verification for government and businesses across sectors).