2020 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Veteran-Owned Companies

2020 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Veteran-Owned Companies
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Editor’s Note: This article by Kristin Davis appeared as part of the 2020 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide in the November 2020 issue of Military Officer, a magazine available to all MOAA Premium and Life members. Learn more about the magazine here; learn more about joining MOAA here.


You can help support those who served by shopping these veteran-owned companies that give back. A bit more about the items pictured above (clockwise, from top left):


Onenation Coffee

What: This veteran-owned coffee company has “your six – a.m.” Blends include “Tastes Like Freedom” and “Reveille.” Onenation Coffee donates $1 from every bag sold to the nonprofit WLS Foundation, which helps veterans heal from trauma.


Cost: Bags start at $12.99 at OnenationCoffee.com; weekly, biweekly, and monthly subscriptions available starting at $9.99 per bag.


Ranch Road Boots

What: Inspired by western culture and military uniforms, this boot company was founded by a former Marine Corps officer. Handcrafted, fine leather boots come in styles for men and women.


Cost: Starting at $228 at RanchRoadBoots.com.


K9 Salute

What: Because you can’t forget your best friend. Founded by a retired National Guard medic, K9 Salute makes wholesome dog treats from ingredients sourced in the U.S. and from veteran-owned farms.


Cost: $10.50 at K9Salute.com.


Mountain Mat

What: After seeing mats everywhere in the Middle East, an Air Force family created their own back in the U.S., with some upgrades. Mountain Mats are made from 100% recycled plastic, come in multiple sizes, and include an all-weather carry bag.


Cost: $47.99 to $239.99 at MountainMat.com.


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