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A&P Auto Parts Raises Money for Wounded Warriors

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Feb. 3, 2016—A&P Auto Parts, a distributor of recycled auto parts, announced on Tuesday that it has raised $19,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project as part of a joint effort with the Northeast division of Team PRP.

The Wounded Warrior Project serves veterans and servicemembers who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness or wound during their military service on or after Sept. 11, 2001.   

Funds raised help support numerous programs and initiatives to aid Wounded Warriors. Some of the Wounded Warrior Project Programs include:

  • Transition Training Academy
  • Combat Stress Recovery Program
  • Physical Health & Wellness
  • Family Support
  • WWP Backpacks

"We at A&P and our employees are honored to give to such a great cause," said Billy Abold Jr., owner of A&P Auto Parts.

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