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Grunt Style Sponsors Rockin' for the Troops Event with Lt. Dan Band

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July 31, 2015
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July 18th Grunt Style partied with the LT. Dan Band and Gary Sinise. Rockin' For The Troops has a mission dedicated to the support of American forces while deployed or at home. Style Staff spent the day rocking at Rockin' For The Troops event held at Cantigny Park. The day was sweltering at a balmy 91 degrees and high humidity but that didn't stop Grunt Style with interacting with fans and passing out a whopping 1500 swag bags filled with stickers, beer coozies and flyers. Grunt Style's CEO Daniel Alarik led the opening ceremony by leading the posting of the colors and leading the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance.[caption id="attachment_358" align="aligncenter" width="700"]

Veteran parachute at Lt Dan Band event

Mike Elliott of All Veteran Parachute Team conducts air drop over parade field[/caption]The All Veteran Parachute team jumped over the event with various branch flags and a Grunt Style flag. They had to circle the field twice due to high winds, but once things died down they jumped out in true fashion.[caption id="attachment_356" align="aligncenter" width="700"]

Allen J. Lynch at Lt Dan Band event

Grunt Style Staff with Medal of Honor recipient Allen J. Lynch[/caption]MOH recipient and Chicago native Allen J. Lynch attended the event and partied in true Grunt Style fashion. You can read his Medal of Honor citation here.


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Lt Dan Band - Dan plays bass guitar

LT Dan himself playing the bass guitar[/caption]Though they took the stage a little bit later than expected, the LT Dan Band rocked the house for 3 solid hours. Keep the support of your troops strong and make sure you don't miss this event next year![mwi-cat-listing cat="94" ppp="4" cols="4" desc="false" type="view" btn_color="black" ]

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