Support Veteran-Owned Small Businesses this Holiday Season

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Are you looking for unique, meaningful items to give this holiday season? Several Homes For Our Troops Veterans make handmade items that are perfect for gifts. The freedom and independence of their specially adapted custom homes give HFOT Veterans the ideal environment to work on their craft.

Here is a list of small businesses owned and operated by HFOT Veterans:

Air Force TSgt Daniel Fye and his wife Nicole make custom coffee tumblers. Check out their Instagram page at @dark_pumpkin_designs and their Etsy page at darkpumpkindesigns.etsy.com

Army SGT Robert “Finn” Visbal started his own woodworking business called The Lucky Craftsman. He makes mostly home decor, cutting boards, and charcuterie boards. Visit his Etsy page here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheLuckyCraftsman.

Marine LCpl Kade Hinkhouse and his wife own an antique company called The Prairie Chics. They also craft their own items to go along with their primitive finds. Visit them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrairieChicsCollection/

Army SGT Eric Edmundson‘s wife Stephanie hand makes knitted items. She has hats and scarves available for purchase and can create customized items on request. Visit her Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Edmundsoncreation

Army SSG Sam Shockley co-owns a coffee company with another Veteran. A percentage of the proceeds goes to Outdoors For Our Heroes, a nonprofit that takes Veterans on hunting trips. Check out their website: https://www.ogcoffee.net/.

Army SGT Robert Barber owns and operates POG Coffee Roasters. Visit their website at https://pogcoffeeroasters.com/.

Marine SSgt Omar Milan makes and sells items such as large wooden American flags and crosses. Check out his Facebook page, The Box Fin Woodshop: https://www.facebook.com/theboxfinwoodshop.

Marine Sgt Matt Amos started up his own beard oil company called Admiral’s Pennant. Visit his website at http://admiralspennant.com/.

Army SGT Peter Damon owns and operates True Grit Art Gallery in Middleborough, Massachusetts. Visit the website at https://www.truegritartgallery.com/. 

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