We love covering stories like this. Greg Cressman, vice president of sales, PSS western region, rallied his PSS team to join him in a 12-mile road march in full uniform, with 30-pound packs on their back, to honor the wounded American service people. The road march was a success, raising more than $50,000 for The Wounded Warrior Project, headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that serves injured service people. And we hear the PSS reps not only survived — they’re looking forward to a bigger and better march next time around. The feature, which appeared in the February issue of Repertoire, is available here 

Here were some photos of the event, courtesy of PSS

PSS World Medical reps completed a 12-mile road march to honor wounded American service people.

Weighing the back packs, 30 plus pounds.

Brad Hilton gets a buzz cut.

Cressman and Helfrich wih Dan Nevins at finish line

Eric Miller and Greg Cressman with Dan Nevins

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