My company at The Old Guard was tasked to lead a US Army Full Honors Wreath Ceremony in honor of Medal of Honor Day at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington this week for National Medal of Honor Day. Unfortunately, however, due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we were unable to complete the ceremony as planned.
Heelloooo 2020, and Happy New Year to everyone, from our family to yours! If you’ll indulge us, we just wanted to take a second to thank all of you for the amazing support you’ve given us in 2019, our first full year in business.
As we’ve written before at CIVVIESUPPLY, our customers are our heroes. Steve B. is one of them. In response to our last MOH recipient post about LTC Don Faith, Steve kindly replied back to us with this email detailing his own encounter with a MOH Recipient who saved his life 51 years ago today. It's vivid, and it's powerful.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: America needs better heroes. Ever since we were kids, my brothers and I have been inspired by military history and the heroic actions of the warfighters who’ve come before us — it’s a big part of the reason why we joined up in the first place.
CivvieSupply's Fourth of July Sale is live! As you know, my three brothers and I started CS because we believe in old-school patriotic values, and we’re truly passionate about sharing those values with others. Our products are super premium because we only work with the most high-end raw materials. We want to make patriotic goods that stand the test of time. We also want as many people as possible to be able to share in our love for country, heritage, and legacy, though, so for this week only, we're offering the biggest discounts of the year across all products in our catalog!
At CivvieSupply, we believe in the cultivation of grit (as researched and discussed by Professor Angela Duckworth) and in the importance of giving our very best effort to every task we do. (Colonel Hal Moore, one of our heroes, did this well.)
We started CivvieSupply because we had a problem. You probably already know by this point that we are four brothers. We realized that each of us was dissatisfied with the state of the military apparel market.