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D&D Farm and Ranch gives back to troops


D&D Farm and Ranch  gives back to troops
Family and staff of D&D Farm and Ranch in Seguin join members of the U.S. military May 10 to celebrate their annual “Boots for Troops” event. Joining in the event were (from left) Lisa Ferrell, Danny Robledo, Joseph Ramon, Hannah Slater, Ron Fore, Rob Brown, Chris Freymark, Andres Orantes, Chase Ferrell, Justin Masten, and Anthony Owens.


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Employees at D&D Farm and Ranch would like to thank all the men and women who serve this great country.

On May 10, 2011, we held our annual Memorial Day “Boots for Troops” event. We were able to outfit a group of soldiers undergoing rehabilitation in the Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC). Each received new jeans and tops, with combined efforts from Wrangler, Tin Haul, Cinch, Southern Thread, and Petrol. Ariat and Justin also joined the effort and fitted each with new boots.

We are honored that we were able to make this small contribution, and we thank everyone for making this event possible.
 

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