Enterprise Foundation Gives Back to our Exceptional Warriors

(from left to right) Ben Zuker of Enterprise, Bob Schmidt of Aaron’s Family Fun Center, Kevin Kaup of Enterprise and Chris Wolfenbarger of The Foundation for Exceptional Warriors.

Since Enterprise was founded in 1957, they have been committed to making life better in the communities where their customers and employees live and work. Even as they’ve expanded to more than 7,600 locations across the globe, they remain true to that same commitment: supporting programs, practices, and partners that improve the quality of life in the places that we call home.

For our Exceptional Warriors, that meant receiving a check for $25,038.15.

The Foundation For Exceptional Warriors is extremely grateful to Enterprise, the over 30 sponsors such as 7-Eleven, Paper and Dust Pros, Inc., Schreiber Roofing, Technical Assurance, Inc. and Hawthorn Bank, the 40 volunteers and the 30 Exceptional Warriors who helped make the Bowling Tournament at Aaron’s Family Fun Center in KC, MO a huge success.

There were 30 bowling teams, a live auction and a raffle to help promote The FEW’s mission.

The FEW assists in the healing process of the families and veterans of Special Operations Forces, Prisoners of War, the combat wounded, and those recognized for valor, regardless of era, by proving recreational and sporting events at no cost to them and their families. Led by the same Warriors it serves, The FEW is an all-volunteer organization that honors the American Heroes who have bought our freedoms through enduring sacrifice.

Donations, such as the one presented from Enterprise, is an investment in the futures of our Exceptional Warriors, their families and this nation.

Again, a huge thank you to everyone who helped make this event possible and successful.