iSportsman will attend The Fallen Outdoors Virginia banquet as a sponsor

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA — The Fallen Outdoors (TFO) is a national organization with dedicated chapters across the country organizing and providing outdoor adventures for veterans of all ages and from all branches of the US military, with iSportsman serving in Serving more than 50 military bases in the continental United States, Alaska and Hawaii for more than a decade, the company recognizes the important role outdoor access and opportunities play for active duty soldiers, veterans and their families. So supporting an organization like The Fallen Outdoors is an obvious choice.

The Virginia Chapter of TFO is hosting a fundraising banquet on September 17 to set the stage for the 2022/2023 hunting and fishing season and promote outdoor activities available to current service personnel and veterans. iSportsman will attend as a table sponsor, donating a table to those interested in attending the banquet free of charge.

“The impact TFO has had on so many lives is nothing short of inspiring.” says Aneil Kumar, president of iSportsman. “As a company that supports outdoor recreation, we are proud to extend that support and do everything we can to help change lives and make more opportunities available.”

iSportsman will work with TFO to help them identify boat owners, hunting clubs, outfitters and captains who share their passion for getting veterans, service members and their families outdoors and increase the number of events TFO can host.

You can find a TFO chapter to join as a participant or volunteer, or make a donation to their cause by following this link.

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