The Pilot Company and Call of Duty Endowment Raise $1.75 Million for Veterans
Recently, a collaboration between the Call of Duty Endowment and the Pilot Company took place in order to raise an astounding $1.75 million for the veterans they serve.
As part of its contribution, Veterans Day was celebrated by the Pilot Company through fundraisers on behalf of the endowment. With its purpose of helping veterans sustain themselves through job placement, the $1.75 million will certainly go to good use.
With Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Bizzard, at the helm of the campaign, he has been able to share his dedication towards veterans by ensuring that all have employment waiting for them following their service.
This comes at a perfect time for Veterans Day, as it provided an opportunity to give back in a special way and one that goes beyond a simple “thanks”.
A Commitment Unlike Any Other
With a full backing by Activision Blizzard, Kotick´s Call of Duty Endowment continues to receive monetary support, and as of late, over $25 million has been donated to the endowment.
As an extra way to pay homage to veterans, the Pilot Company provided meals through its myRewards Plus. The rewards program also gives savings to military veterans who verify their veteran status. Once verified, the veteran is able to enjoy 10% discounts year-round at Pilot, One9, and Flying J centers.
In order to get the word out faster, Pilot integrated the endowment´s campaign into a couple of Nascar vehicles during the Xfinity series. The cars were easily recognizable thanks to their camouflage and collage of veterans who have been served by the endowment.
With its main office in Knoxville, Pilot Company has managed to expand throughout the years with locations all over the United States. By supplying billions of gallons worth of fuel, Pilot has managed to become a major player as a tanker fleet.