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Danner supports Drive to Remember for Fallen Officers
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May '08
Danner Inc, a subsidiary of LaCrosse Footwear Inc, a leading provider of branded work and outdoor footwear for expert users, announced its support for the Drive to Remember for Fallen Officers. Danner is sponsoring the organization's second annual Drive to Remember, a nationwide tour to raise awareness for law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.

“We are honored to support the Drive to Remember and those who make the ultimate sacrifice for their communities,” said Joseph P. Schneider, president and CEO of LaCrosse Footwear, Inc. “For more than 75 years, Danner has developed quality and high performance footwear for these men and women in the field, whether at work or enjoying the outdoors. We are truly honored to support this wonderful organization.”

The Drive to Remember will encompass a 14-day, 5,000-mile tour from Vancouver, British Columbia to Washington, DC. Danner is hosting a commemorative event at the Danner Factory Store, including a barbeque lunch, to honor the Drive to Remember on their first stop in Portland, Ore.

The organization's founders will arrive in a Hummer H3 decorated to memorialize officers killed in the line of duty. Portland Police will also be present to show their support. Proceeds from the sales of Danner socks during the event will be donated to the organization to support the families of fallen officers.

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