TrackingPoint Donates $20,000 to Sons of the Flag Burn Foundation Supporting Burn Victim Research for Military Service members and Civilians
AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — TrackingPoint, an applied technology firm known for developing the world’s first Precision Guided Firearms, announced today it is presenting a $20,000 donation to the Sons of the Flag Burn Foundation during the National Football League contest between the Cleveland Browns and the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, November 18(th) at 12:00 CST at Cowboys Stadium. The Sons of the Flag Burn Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that aims to advance and accelerate the development of innovative technology and leading research aiding burn survivors.
Veterans representing the Sons of the Flag will skydive into the stadium prior to the game in order to hand off the coin for the pregame toss. Sons of the Flag Burn Foundation will also be accepting donations during the game.
“We are honored to sponsor Sons of the Flag, a purpose driven organization that provides valuable research funding to help burn survivors,” said Jason Schauble, President of TrackingPoint. “At TrackingPoint, many of us are former veterans and are committed to helping injured veterans and first responders in a substantive way.”
About Sons of the Flag Burn Foundation
Sons of the Flag is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting military, first responder, and civilian burn survivors by providing funding for innovative research. We bring together passionate community leaders, pioneering physicians, experienced military service members, dedicated first responders and purposeful civilians to advance the development and research of cutting-edge technology for burn survivors. For more information about Sons of the Flag Burn Foundation, please visit http://www.sonsoftheflag.org/ or www.facebook.com/sonsoftheflag
TrackingPoint is an Austin, Texas-based applied technology company that created the first Precision Guided Firearm, a revolutionary new long-range shooting system that puts jet fighter “lock and launch” technology in a rifle, enabling anyone to accurately hit targets at extended range.