SPIbelt Debuts a New Design for the “American Widow Project”

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SPIbelt Debuts a New Design for the "American Widow Project"

 

I love my SPIbelt. It is probably my most-used piece of running gear, and I recommend it enthusiastically to everyone I know. The folks at SPIbelt are constantly pumping out new designs and styles, and their latest ones give a portion of the profits to the American Widow Project.

From SPIbelt:

The American Widow Project Stars and Stripes SPIbelt™ and SPIband™

The American Widow Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to the new generation of those who have lost the heroes of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. They emphasize healing through sharing stories, tears, and laughter. Military Widow to Military Widow.

A portion of the proceeds from this SPIbelt™ and SPIband™ will be donated to The American Widow Project. For more information, please click here.

I think this is great. Monday is Memorial Day here, and the timing of this design release is clearly not a coincidence. SPIbelt really hits a home run on all levels here: they are an American company based out of Texas, supporting the families of American soldiers, and providing a fantastic product that every runner, biker, hiker, and active individual can use. If you’ve had your eye on one of their products, be sure to take a look at their new designs!

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