"Welcome Home Troops" Movement Launched

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The Non-Profit Corporation of America has launched a program designed to welcome US Troops home and raise money for families of fallen and wounded US soldiers. The organization has asked the help of Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, and Mike Huckabee to sponsor these efforts and to get the word out.

As US troop deployment begins to wind down in Iraq and US troops begin to return this year, a non-profit organization has taken up the cause of welcoming home US troops and raising money for families of fallen and wounded soldiers. The Non-Profit Corporation of America has begun its first project, involving the sale of T-shirts featuring pictures of US soldiers and a welcome home message.

All of the net proceeds of this first phase will go toward organizations directly involved in the transition, including The Wounded Warrior Project, a program supported by Bill O'Reilly to assist returning wounded soldiers. Additional organizations will be added as funds and sales increase. The Non-Profit Corporation of America is calling on organizations and media personalities who support US troops, to help get the word out, including Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity and Mike Huckabee, and all conservative radio/TV talk show hosts.

The public can help support these efforts by visiting the website http://www.npcofamerica.com and purchasing some of the twelve different T-shirt designs.

About the Non-Profit Corporation of America, Inc.:
The Non-Profit Corporation of America was created and funded by Dr. Robert Bohannon, the scientist and entrepreneur who invented the Buzz Donutâ„¢ and created Encaff® (tasteless caffeine used in foods and energy drinks). Dr Bohannon also led the development of the OraQuick HIV saliva test, and invented a cocaine vaccine to curb drug abuse (now in FDA trials). Dr. Bohannon, a Vietnam-era veteran, setup the 501(c)3 corporation to raise money to help families of US soldiers as well as raise money for Habitat for Humanity during subsequent fund raising events.


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