“Muze for our Warriors” Campaign to Help Wounded Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan Wars

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Muze for our WarriorsCall Out to All Service Members and Veterans! 

Send in Your Stuff and Sign Up Now!

American Military Service Members and their supporters join forces with the Wounded Warrior Project and Muze Clothing to benefit troops wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Service Members and their supporters will submit movie lines and complementary shirt designs that exemplify the motto of freedom’s defenders, sacrificing their lives for their fellow Americans by fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.

These submissions will be judged by a panel of celebrities. The winning submission will be incorporated into the newest Muze T-shirt with 100% of the proceeds on the sale of this shirt being donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.

The Service Member with the winning submission (or the Service Member identified by the supporter with the winning submission) will:

     

 

  1. muzeforourwarriorsBe flown from a continental United States location with 3 friends to the shirt launch ceremony at the Playboy Mansion on May 16th 2009
  2. Be visited by the available celebrity judges for a full day of training with their unit at their home station (pending unit approval) and
  3. Receive shirts for each member of their military unit (platoon or service equivalent level)

Stay tuned for the publication of our celebrity panel!

Submission Deadline – April 1st, 2009

Muze Clothing’s unique concept of creating shirts with compelling graphics and classic movie lines has created a tremendous fan base.  The company will use this fan base to assist wounded troops, when service members and their supporters will submit movie lines and complementary shirt designs that exemplify the motto of freedom’s defenders, sacrificing their lives for their fellow Americans.

You can get more details on the promotion at:  www.muzeclothing.com/blog/woundedwarriorsinfo

 

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