Proctor Ski and Board Donates $2,500 to New Hampshire's Veterans

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In honor of Veterans Day, Proctor Ski and Board in Nashua, NH once again donated a portion of their sales to the Easter Seals NH, Veterans Count.

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“We are thrilled to have been able to donate again to Veterans Count,” - Jeff Proctor, owner of Proctor Ski and Board.

In honor of Veterans Day, Proctor Ski and Board in Nashua, NH once again donated a portion of their sales to the Easter Seals NH, Veterans Count. All of the purchases made by Proctor Ski and Board customers between November 9th and November 15th contributed to the donation. The percentage of the final sales helped raise $2,500 to support local veterans and their families.

As a program of Easter Seals NH, the Veterans Count provides critical and timely financial assistance and services when no other resource is available to veterans, service members and their families. In addition to financial assistance, Veterans Count provides a wide range of services to veterans and their families including employment counseling, mental heath support, and deployment support.

“We are thrilled to have been able to donate again to Veterans Count,” said Jeff Proctor, owner of Proctor Ski and Board. “ This is a great local organization, and we are proud to support their efforts for New Hampshire’s veterans.”

About Proctor Ski and Board
Formerly Ken Jones of Nashua, Proctor Ski and Board has established a new location at 195 Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua, NH. For over thirty years, Jeff Proctor, owner of Proctor Ski and Board, has provided New England families with great service, knowledgeable staff, and the best selection at the best price. For more information visit ProctorSki.com.

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