All profits from the sale of this song will be donated to the
This a music video and song dedicated to all the US Armed Forces as we get closer to Veterans Day, Wednesday on November 11th. It is available on Itunes.com for .99.Armed Forces Relief Trust
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No matter what branch of the United States Armed Forcesyou serve under or have served under, this song is dedicated to you!
“The Warrior Song” mp3 is currently for sale to the public oniTunes for .99 cents.
Every purchase supports members of the United States Military, as the profits derived from its sale will be donated to the Armed Forces Relief Trust, to be dispersed by, and at the discretion of, the respective charities operated by the Navy/Marines, Army, Coast Guard, Air Force, and National Guard.
Active duty and former servicemen and women can receive a free copy of the song by simply e-mailing your request to:firstname.lastname@example.org (or via the Contacts pageonhttp://www.TheWarriorSong.com/Contact.html). Please include your Rank and Unit.
We will respond to you as quickly as possible.
There is no goal.
Your support is invaluable! To help, all you have to do is buy a copy of the song on iTunes.
The support of America’s Warriors is an ongoing responsibility.
All profits from the sale of this song will be donated to the Armed Forces Relief Trust.
In the interest of transparency and disclosure, a portion of the revenue generated by every song sold on iTunes is kept by Apple, Inc., as a fee for the use of the iTunes service as a sales vehicle. Apple, however, has nothing to do with this project, and will receive no more money than they would for any song by any other artist on iTunes.
Please look to the Disclosures page on thewww.TheWarriorSong.com website for updates on the progress being made, and please do bear in mind that updates will necessarily trail all activity by at least one accounting period.
The Warrior Song Project would like to thank all of the following individuals for their selfless contributions to this effort:
James De Vito, US Marine Corps, for vocals
Sachiko De Vito, for being brilliant
Rock Williams, for vocals
Sean Hurwitz, for the guitars
Bernie Pershey, for the marching snares
Kashan Curry, US Marine Corps, for images & advice
Justin Sullivan, for “The Wobble Beat”
Robb Hendrick, for advice & creative design
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Media, Industry, Military, Civilian and Public inquires about the Warrior Song Project, may be directed to:
The Warrior Song Project
Robert S. Greenstein, Esq.
Greenstein Law Offices
22911 Crespi Street
Woodland Hills, CA 91364-2808