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Cyclone Cup Pledges Support to Military Veterans in Operation Hat Trick Partnership

Gilbert, AZ – Cyclone Cup, LLC, home of the World’s Best Shaker Cup, announces today a charitable partnership with the prominent wounded service members and veterans’ relief organization, Operation Hat Trick (OHT). As part of the new partnership, Cyclone Cup will now offer a series of custom licensed products that directly benefits the OHT mission of providing the needed financial and emotional support to veterans across the nation.

“We are privileged to have the opportunity to support an organization as inspiring as Operation Hat Trick,” stated Ron Hauge, CEO of Cyclone Cup. “We are honored to partner with OHT to help continue fueling the patriotic momentum of the program by filling some critical gaps in care to our wounded service members and veterans in need. We are eager to share our custom OHT products with our customers and hope they take pride in knowing that their purchases are made with an even greater purpose.”

The new collection features Operation Hat Trick branded custom Cyclone Cups and 64 OZ Cube Hydration bottles. A portion of the proceeds of Cyclone Cups OHT line will be donated towards fueling the program’s mission. Fans and supporters can purchase these exclusive products online now at www.cyclonecup.com.

“Operation Hat Trick is honored to welcome Cyclone Cup as a new licensee. They have long been known to be a very charitable company and veterans are high on the list of whom they honor,” shared Dot Sheehan, Founder and CEO of Operation Hat Trick. “This partnership will enable us to make a difference in the lives of those service members and veterans recovering from visible and invisible injuries by filling some critical gaps in care. OHT is proud to have Cyclone Cup join the OHT family.”

Operation Hat Trick is a 501c3 helping America’s injured service members recover from the visible and invisible wounds of war. Since 2014, OHT has donated nearly $900,000 to programs that meet its mission and, with support in part from Cyclone Cup is on track to reach an aggregate of $1,000,000 by the end of 2018.

For more information about OHT, please visit www.operationhattrick.org. To learn more about the partnership or to see the OHT branded Cyclone product, please visit www.cyclonecup.com.

A direct sales page for Operation Hat Trick items is also available at: https://cyclonecup.com/collections/operation-hat-trick


About Operation Hat Trick

Operation Hat Trick increases awareness, support and funding for the recovery of wounded service members and veterans through the sale of branded merchandise, proceeds of which are distributed to selected organizations that support OHT’s mission. Started after hearing a radio broadcast where the question of the day was “what is the one thing head wounded soldiers coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan want the most?” And the answer, a baseball cap, Operation Hat Trick has grown into an international brand. Operation Hat Trick helps to fill critical gaps in care that the government or other agencies and programs do not cover. The non-profit is supported by over 350 colleges and universities, 150 high schools, 21 NHL teams, 15 NBA teams, 80 minor League Baseball teams, as well as over 80 Companies. For more information, to give online or to make a purchase of OHT merchandise, products and apparel, visit www.operationhattrick.org.


About Cyclone Cup

Cyclone Cup is a leader in the shaker cup market of the fitness industry. Cyclone Cup is a manufacturer and marketer of high quality shaker mixing cups producing innovative and functional products for leading brands and its own distribution throughout the US and the world. Please visit www.cyclonecup.com for more information.

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Operation Hat Trick is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.