M3 Composite Industries, LLC. and the Veterans Aid Foundation Join Forces to Help Our Returning Warriors

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US Based Luxury Composite Manufacturer Creates “American Mokume” to Benefit US Veterans

M3 Composite Industries, LLC., (M3ci) will join the Veterans Aid Foundation’s cause to help US Veterans by initiating a fund raising and awareness campaign built around one of our luxury, exotic and very American metals. Since 2007 we have been producing some of the world’s most beautiful new age materials for artisans and industry who produce high end luxury goods including fine writing instruments, cutlery handles and jewelry. M3ci uses cutting edge advanced material technology, similar to what is used in today’s Aero Space industry to create a modern day interpretation of a Japanese ancient metal art; Mokume Gane (which literally translates to “wood grain metal”).

We are inspired by the Veterans Aid cause to help those warriors who served our country and made it back home, so our designers created “American Mokume” a Red Copper, White Aluminum and Blue Titanium composite wood grained M3 metal. We produce this magnificent material in blanks, billets and near net shapes for artisans and small manufacturers who then incorporate it into their finished products. We will restrict the sale of this material to be used only on projects that benefit US Veterans” and M3ci will donate 10% of the wholesale price of “American Mokume” to the Veterans Aid Foundation. We will require our customers to do the same at their wholesale and retail levels.

In addition, we will also encourage our customers to hire veterans to work on projects utilizing the “American Mokume” material. “Many returning veterans have already been trained by our military with the skills required to work with our material” says Robert Johnson, Chief Engineer and co-founder of the company.

Adrian Guglielmo, Marketing Director and founder of the Veterans Aid Foundation has dedicated her 25 year career to building awareness of veteran’s issues and promoting diversity amongst corporate America. “I think that Mike Kogan and M3ci are fabulous for doing this for our warriors and I hope that they inspire other small companies to follow suit. Our veterans need our help. They stood for us it is our turn to stand up for them. “American Mokume” is simply gorgeous and we look forward to working with M3ci and their customers to create magnificent products to raise money for our veterans” says Adrian.

Any artisan or manufacturer who wants to participate in the program and incorporate “American Mokume” into their products should visit the M3ci.com website and click the “American Mokume” link for more information.

Click this link http://www.m3ci.com/index.php/american-mokume to get your first look at this remarkable material.

About M3 Composite Industries:
M3 Composite Industries is a privately held LLC. dedicated to the research, development, marketing and distribution of Macro Molecular Materials (M3). For more information about the company please visit http://www.M3ci.com.

M3ci manufactures blanks and billets in various shapes, sizes and metal configurations for the luxury giftware trade. All manufacturing is done in the USA and the materials are sold worldwide through a series of niche based stocking resellers or on the company’s retail website http://www.MetalPenBlanks.com.

About the Veterans Aid Foundation:
In 2010, the Veterans Aid Foundation (VAF), along with its partners, was formed to help raise funds and awareness for Veterans' causes. The Foundation will partner with existing organizations dedicated to veterans' issues. In response to the growing need for an umbrella foundation that could aggressively take on the financial task of identifying problems and finding solutions for over 23 million U.S. veterans and their families, Veterans Aid, a non-partisan organization, has set out to become the voice of the US veteran community. For more information please visit http://www.VeteransAidFoundation.org.

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