Operation Hat Trick Launches Revamped Website To Better Support Wounded Veterans and Service Members

HAMPTON, N.H. (August 8, 2019) – Operation Hat Trick, a nonprofit that supports the recovery of wounded service members and veterans through the sale of its branded merchandise, recently updated their website to enhance the user experience and tell the story of OHT.

The website was redesigned to be more user-friendly and includes updated information on OHT and the organizations to which it provides support. “We are thrilled to have this terrific website for OHT,” said Dot Sheehan, Founder, President/CEO of Operation Hat Trick. “This new design will show users how far we have come as an organization over the past decade.”

867 Studios, a web design and graphics company based out of Conway, NH, updated the OHT site. Dan Parkhurst, the owner of 867 Studios, has been a long-time, generous supporter of Operation Hat Trick. “Dan has been there for us since Day One and we couldn’t be more appreciative of his support, guidance and creativity,” Sheehan said.

Operation Hat Trick began in 2008 in honor of two fallen Navy SEALS, Nate Hardy and Mike Koch, who are buried side by side at Arlington National Cemetery. OHT works with colleges and universities, sports leagues, companies and fans across the U.S. to honor active-duty military and veterans through the sale of its branded merchandise and products. Since 2014, Operation Hat Trick has donated over $1.2 million to various veteran service organizations to support the recovery of wounded service members and veterans.

To view the new site, and for information on Operation Hat Trick, visit operationhattrick.org.