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Honoring Our Veterans

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tasc Performance has been a proud partner of No Barriers USA and developed a close relationship over the years through providing Bamboo Performance Technology active apparel and support for veterans across the nation.  

This Veteran's Day weekend we are donating 15% of all sales in our continued support for the No Barriers and their amazing programs for veterans.  

tasc Performance believes in No Barriers and their mission to help people over come challenges and live life to the fullest. tasc has played a key role in the No Barriers Programs including the Warriors to the Summit program and The No Barriers Summit for the last several years by providing apparel and support for veterans. The Warriors Program is the only program that improves the lives of veterans with disabilities through curriculum-based experiences in challenging environments. The Summit is a remarkable experience that continues to amaze us each and every year. tasc is always glad to play a role in the Summit and the No Barriers Warriors to the Summit programs each year. To find out more information the Summit and Warrior to the Summit visit the No Barriers USA website.

(tasc President Todd Andrews joins the No Barrier team on a Summit)

(tasc President, Todd Andrews, joins Adventurer, Erik Weihenmayer, after a No Barrier Climb)

Reaching Summits with No Barriers

No Barriers provides unforgettable and life changing experiences that empower people to embrace a "no barriers" mindset. This non-profit organization serves wounded veterans and people with disabilities in unleashing the potential of the human spirit. Through transformative experiences, tools and inspiration, No Barriers helps people embark on a quest to contribute their absolute best to the world, while fostering a community of curious, brave and collaborative explorers.

No Barriers Hike

According to the 2014 Census, More than 3.8 million of the 19.3 million veterans in the US are coping with a service connected disability. Due to the improvements in battlefield medical treatment, they return alive, yet not whole. Service members are trained to depend on each other. Upon separation from the military, many veterans feel disconnected and alone, experiencing a significant and immediate loss in the lack of camaraderie and interdependence as they return to the civilian life. Programs like No Barriers Warriors are crucial to caring for the men and women who so bravely served and sacrificed so much for our country.

This Veterans' Day we want to take time to thank our veterans who have served our country and encourage everyone to help each other reach their own personal summits. 

Let's continue the freedom to persue the adventure of life!