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Wrangler National Patriot Tours

Founded in 2009, the Wrangler® National Patriot™ is a year-round program developed to help raise funds to support American military veterans and their families and to serve as inspiration for all Americans to rally around each other in patriotism.

The program was seeded with a check for $50,000 donated by Wrangler in the name of cowboy legend and long-time friend of the Wrangler family, Jim Shoulders. The check was presented December 12, 2009 at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, NV.

“We have a high level of pride and respect for the individuals serving in the U.S. military who show heroism every day in an effort to protect our country. This is our chance to give back to those veterans who have suffered injuries fighting for our country’s safety and freedom, and to their families who have lost a loved one while on duty,” said Phil McAdams, president, Wrangler Specialty Apparel. “It is a cause we believe will resonate with the western industry and rodeo community in particular, and one they will get behind with sincerity.”

Wrangler will donate a portion of the proceeds of Wrangler National Patriot shirts to charities providing support to military veterans and their families. The Wrangler National Patriot shirts will be available at rodeos across the country as well as western specialty retailers nationwide that carry Wrangler Western Wear.

Wrangler is encouraging rodeo committees across the country to create their own fundraising events and connect with locally based charities to provide assistance to wounded or fallen veterans and their families. Involved in a rodeo committee or other Western or equine activities and want to sign-up your organization? Register now.

Learn more at wranglernationalpatriot.com.

2016 WRANGLER NATIONAL PATRIOT TOUR


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 1: Wrangler National Patriots Arrive in Kosovo

Armed Forces Entertainment 8th Annual Wrangler National Patriot Tour cowboys, cowgirls and country music artists arrive at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.

 


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 2: What the Wrangler National Patriot Tour is All About

Nashville country artist Lucas Hoge shares his thoughts on first full day of 2017 Armed Forces Entertainment Wrangler National Patriot Tour – Kosovo.

 


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 3: Wrangler’s Battle Rattle Brittney American

Armed Forces Entertainment Wrangler National Patriot Tour’s Cowgirl Brittney Truman, gives us a day 3 run down ( or up ) in Kosovo #longlivecowboys #longlivecowgirls #longlivetroops American300.org Public Affairs for DoD

 


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 4: Kosovo Cowboy Karaoke

Armed Forces Entertainment 8th Annual Wrangler National Patriot Memorial Day Tour Cowboys and Cowgirls along with Nashville Artists dive into Alamo Dustoff’s Karaoke Night at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo Region. #NeverQuit American300.org

 


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 5: Rob Smets’ Memorial Day Weekend Message

Armed Forces Entertainment 8th Annual Wrangler National Patriot Tour arrives in Jordan with 5x World Champion and Hall of Fame Cowboy Rob Smets sharing a Memorial Day Weekend Message with everyone. #NeverForgotten

 


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 6: Wrangler National Patriot Rope Off

Armed Forces Entertainment 8th Annual Wrangler National Patriot Memorial Day Tour – Undisclosed Middle East.

 


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 7: World Champ Cowboy Hit By ‘Semi’ in Middle East

Cowgirl Jenna Smeenk, USAF Vet. brings the Armed Forces Entertainment Wrangler National Patriot Team to undisclosed USAF Military Working Dog facility. Once there World Champion Rob Smets gets hit by a ‘Semi’ while Cowgirl Brittney Truman gets slammed as well. American300.org Public Affairs

 


 

Wrangler National Patriot Tour Day 8: Wrangler Cowgirl Facial Recognition Contest

Armed Forces Entertainment 8th Annual Wrangler National Patriot Memorial Day Tour wraps up at undisclosed base and Security Forces working on ‘Facial Recognition’ via Armed Forces Entertainment Tour Posters – American300.org.