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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Recognizing America’s Real Heroes

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America is blessed with many heroes. And no, we don’t mean caped crusaders, genetically-enhanced soldiers, or those who have super strength and can blast plasma beams–although those are great too and one can only wish they were real. America is blessed with heroes who wake up each day ready to dedicate their time, energy, and even life, if need be, to help others. They come in all colors, genders, shapes, and sizes. From veterans, first responders, teachers, social workers, and medical professionals, to trash collectors and street sweepers, each individual who makes sure our society keeps functioning under any circumstances are our real-life heroes.

Sadly, many of them remain unnoticed, even undervalued.

It’s time that Americans get to know and appreciate their heroes. This is why Battle Bars, one of the country’s leading premium protein bar brands, decided to launch its Nominate a Hero program. To give these extraordinary individuals the recognition they so rightfully deserve. 

“The program was started to bring local people together to nominate someone they believe is making a difference in their respective community. We believe that it’s important for us to rise up and recognize the local community heroes who are making positive impacts in their city. Motivation is a hell of a thing to have. Let it spread and watch our cities, and eventually, our country get better,” explains Alex Witt, Battle Bars’ CEO. 

In order to nominate a hero, all one has to do is go to Battle Bars website, click on Our Heroes, scroll down, and fill up the details needed. Once a hero is chosen, his or her name and information of their heroic acts will be put on the company’s website as well as on the inserts that come with every order of their products.

“We are trying to build positive change within our communities and eventually our country! We want the names of all these heroes to be known across the US,” Witt adds.

Owned and run by veterans who make sure that each bar not only provides men (and women) the protein they need to build muscles and get loads of energy, Battle Bars are also loaded with fiber, and antioxidants, are non-GMO, gluten-free and have grass-fed bovine collagen, which can help improve skin and joints. 

The company was founded on the premise of making premium nutrition bars that taste like candy. They’re made of using 100% natural ingredients and are carefully handcrafted in an SQF Level 2 facility that adheres to the strictest standards of food control. In addition to all these great attributes, every purchase helps a veteran in need through Operation Enduring Warrior.

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