In honor of Veteran’s Day, Yeti releases a limited-edition 20-ounce Rambler. Available in Brick Red, Navy or White, proceeds from each Rambler will benefit Folds of Honor.
Yeti Folds of Honor Rambler Benefits Veteran Families
For every tumbler sold, Yeti will donate $5 to Folds of Honor. So Yeti is offering one of its most popular products, and giving back to those who lost all. The money helps Folds of Honor, a non-profit dedicated to helping our country’s fallen. The organization provides educational scholarships to the children and spouses of deceased and disabled service members.
Each rambler comes in either a patriotic red, white or blue. Further, the DuraCoat, no-chip, no-crack dishwasher-safe surface features an etched American flag. Like every Yeti, it includes the insulation the company is known for.
Yeti Folds of Honor Rambler Features
- 18/8 stainless steel, made with kitchen-grade stainless steel, remains puncture- and rust-resistant
- Double-wall vacuum insulation. Keeps cold drinks cold, hot drinks hot
- Dishwasher safe: as the company motto states, no one needs more work to do
About Folds of Honor
Folds of Honor began when Lt. Col. Dan Rooney flew home from duty in Iraq. His plane carried the remains of Cpl. Brock Bucklin, and during this flight Rooney became painfully aware of the realities military families face when a loved one dies or becomes disabled in service.
Since then, Rooney founded Folds of Honor and dedicates his life to helping those families. Bucklin’s family became the first recipient of a Folds of Honor scholarship. Today, the organization has
Since that night, Major Rooney has committed his life – through the Folds of Honor – to providing scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service members. Jacob Bucklin became the first Folds of Honor scholarship recipient in 2007. Since then, the organization has awarded more than 28,000 educational scholarships to deserving families. For more information, visit foldsofhonor.org.