Ever since he took office, Barack Hussein Obama has shown that he has no respect for the U.S. military. Noticing this, the popular restaurant chain Cracker Barrel knew they had to do something.
Biopic Review reported that Cracker Barrel Old Country Store just launched a program to “buy a rocker, give a rocker” in an effort to help military families. The chain, which has 640 stores across 43 states, has partnered up with national non-profit organization Operation Homefront in “Operation Rocker,” which aims to give their signature rocking chairs to members of the military.
Around 500 rockers have been sold so far in the program, which donates a rocking chair to a military family for every one that is purchased by a patron.
“Operation Homefront is our flagship partner and we’ll be working with them over the next year and are committing up to $100,000,” said Senior Vice President of Marketing Chris Ciavarra.
Operation Homefront CEO and retired Brig. Gen. John Pray added that he believes this initiative is a beautiful way to honor military families.
“I think it’s really very powerful for a lot of our military families to realize that the American public is supporting them,” he said.
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