Company donating 50% of profits from CBD product line for past and present military personnel
GREENVILLE, Delaware – American Fiber has created a new line of CBD products aimed at alleviating the pain, stress, and anxiety of past and present military personnel and their service dogs and said today it will donate 50% of the profits to Sierra Delta, a Madison, WI-based nonprofit that empowers veterans by providing access to approved dog training and community through its innovative Life Buddy Program.
The co-branded line of Valor Craft and Sierra Delta products, which are made from premium blended Colombian oils – and Jamaican-grown cannabidiol (CBD) products, includes a THC-free product for those still serving; and a line for Life Buddies and service dogs, along with its premium blended full-spectrum CBD oil product. The full line of products can be found at https://valorcraft.com/valor-craft-cbd/
“As a fellow veteran-owned business, we are honored to have the opportunity to support Sierra Delta’s mission,” said James Brobyn, CEO of American Fiber. “We want to help them achieve their goal of serving 1,000 Veterans with Life Buddies this year — the same amount as all other U.S. service dog organizations combined.”
“We appreciate American Fiber’s support of our efforts to provide the support veterans need when returning home,” said Sierra Delta Founder and CEO BJ Ganem, a Marine who was severely injured by an IED attack in Iraq in 2004. “Both Sierra Delta and American Fiber are committed to helping soldiers transition back into society, and we’re proud to partner with them.”
Valor Craft is a product of Greenville, Delaware-based American Fiber Company is a private multi-state cannabis and CBD-products company committed to removing the stigma associated with cannabis.