Get Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gear to help vets


Date
11/14/2016
Source
Activision
Summary
Sales of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Jackal bottle openers and dog tags will benefit the Call of Duty Endowment which aids military veterans.

Share

Subscribe
Video game news headlines delivered to your inbox daily. Click here to subscribe.

From Activision:
Infinite Warfare Jackal

Participating GameStop and Best Buy stores will offer an exclusive limited edition Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare "Jackal" bottle opener - sold separately from the game for $6.99 - that comes with a redemption code for an exclusive "Retro Jackal" in-game calling card, which is redeemable in Infinite Warfare's multiplayer mode. Costco will sell exclusive, limited edition dog tags packaged with the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition in its U.S. stores. All Activision profits from sales of the bottle openers and dog tags will go directly to preparing veterans to reenter the job market.

"Unemployment and underemployment are very serious issues for our veterans," said Steve Young, Activision's Chief Revenue Officer. "Employment provides much-needed stability for our veterans, particularly as they transition from military to civilian life. We are grateful that GameStop, Costco and Best Buy know the value veterans bring to the workplace and are partnering with us once again. Together, we will honor our nation's veterans by helping them secure meaningful careers. Activision profits from these sales will go directly to getting vets back to work."

Costco, GameStop, and Best Buy have each worked with the Endowment for more than four years, and these partnerships have to-date directly funded the placement of more than 5,000 veterans into high-quality jobs.

Since its creation in 2009, the Call of Duty Endowment, a non-profit, public benefit corporation co-founded by Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick, has made significant progress towards its mission to identify and fund the best and most effective veterans serving organizations. With an ambitious goal of placing a total of 50,000 veterans in jobs by the end of 2019, the Endowment is well on its way to beating this target, having funded more than 29,000 placements to-date.


Interesting?

Related Games:  



 Subscribe to our news feed