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Our Favorite Apparel Company, Warrior 12, Just Got Better

Warrior 12 financially supports Blue Lives Matter, and we wouldn't be here without them.

Something about Blue Lives Matter which you may not know is that we would have shut down if not for the financial support of Warrior 12.

This year, Facebook cut the reach of Blue Lives Matter articles in half while promoting articles from mainstream news outlets which often push anti-police content to make more money.

Despite this hit, we are able to stay in operation thanks to Warrior 12 stepping in to provide financial support so that we could continue to fight back against the bogus anti-police narrative being pushed by the media.

Warrior 12’s apparel sales, along with our amazing Blue Lives Matter members, literally help pay our salaries.

I was just talking to Warrior 12’s owner, who retired from law enforcement to run the company, and he was telling me about how in addition to giving back to law enforcement throughout the country this year, they’re launching plans to give back to their customers.

They just launched a new True to Size Guarantee which allows free exchanges for any sizing issues, and expands the return period to 60 days.

Soon, they plan on launching a series of flash sales this holiday season to customers who previously purchased from them. But you can sneak into their sales alert list by using your phone to text WARRIOR to 29071 (message and data rates may apply).

Warrior 12 sales from this holiday season will go towards helping support Blue Lives Matter and other law enforcement causes throughout the country. When you shop with them you’re getting more than just their amazing apparel, you’re helping American law enforcement.

Before you end your Christmas shopping this year, please check out what Warrior 12 has to offer.

Christopher Berg - October Thu, 2019


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