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Wargaming supports National Military Appreciation Month

11:15 AM on 05.02.2014 // Dale North
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Wargaming's whole company is based on military history, so it's nice to see them giving back for National Military Appreciation Month. For the third year in a row they'll give proceeds from special packages to non-profit groups. Four have been chosen this year: AMVETSBattleship Texas FoundationNational Military Family Association and Operation Supply Drop.

For this entire month, each group will receive 25 percent of the proceeds from their dedicated packages purchased from the North American gift shop. These $22.99 packages contain 1,500 Gold and 1,500,000 credits. An all-encompassing package costs the same, and will be divided evenly.

“As a military-themed gaming company with a wide audience of active military and veterans, we are committed to giving back to those men and women who have served our country,” said Wargaming America General Manager Jay Cohen. “Military Appreciation Month not only provides us with an opportunity to partner with these great charities, but also with our players, who are the driving force in supporting these organizations. “ 

You'll find more detail son this charity operation here.

This is great. Support vets and service people while playing a game. You should donate!


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