Savannah Business Journal Staff Report
February 22, 2018 - Veteran founded and owned Nine Line Apparel isn’t just a lifestyle and apparel company. The team takes pride in their giveback mentality, especially in showing support for our nation’s veterans.
“We make it our mission at Nine Line Apparel to partner with non-profit organizations working toward helping veterans find balance and purpose once they return from life altering deployments,” says CEO & co-founder Tyler Merritt. “Many of us know someone who’s suffering from PTSD. It’s important to educate veterans and their loved ones about the variety of resources available to them.”
Nine Line’s talented team of designers created “Liberate” to help illustrate the work and mission of Waypoint Ranch in Carrollton, GA. Waypoint is a working ranch that provides a peaceful place for veterans and their families to go to find effective, evidence based holistic alternative therapies. A portion of the proceeds from this design will be donated to Waypoint Ranch.
"If vets lead the way by helping each other, our patriotic communities will join us. Nine Line gets it and we’re stoked to be supporting each other," says Founder Lt Col Ray Cirasa.
“Liberate” will be available for a limited time only. Men’s and Women’s shirts and hoodies can be purchased on their website, www.ninelineapparel.com under the Limited Time Design tab beginning on Feb. 22. The sale will run until March 5. Once the sale has closed, orders will be processed, printed and shipped.