Memorial Day

Threads for Jarheads

Most people are familiar with wrestling, whether it is on a professional scale or at an amateur level. After all, who hasn’t gone to a wrestling match or spent time with the family gathered in front of the television in order to root for their favorite star? Chances are, you’ve done that yourself. Wrestling is … Continued

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Crockett Foundation Thank You

Thank You, Truly

As I sit here tonight waiting on the release of Crockett Foundation’s first press release of 2016, one word keeps coming to mind…grateful. In 2015 the Board of Directors of the Crockett Foundation and myself, as president, decided to go public with our quest to help veterans and retired military dogs. For 30+ years we … Continued

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Crockett Foundation No License Small Problem

No License, Small Problem

Jim Crockett, Sr. was a mountain of a man but he did not stand a chance against a little, tan, blonde haired, blue eyed girl that refused to get in the car with him. Refused to get in the car until law enforcement confirmed that he had a valid driver’s license. You see one of … Continued

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History of Philanthropy

A History of Philanthropy

Jim Crockett and Jim Crockett Promotions have a long history of philanthropy over the years. Whether the Crocketts were donating the entire gate from a wrestling match or holding the annual BBQ at Jim Crockett Memorial Ballpark, the need to give back is deeply rooted in the Crockett DNA. While Jim was working his way … Continued

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Crockett Foundation Veterans Mental Health

Veterans and Mental Health

First off, I am not a Clinical Psychologist, nor do I have any Medical training. But I am a Military Retiree with over 20 years of service. PTSD has become a common acronym these days when talking about veterans, especially those who have been in combat. But what about the mental health of veterans in … Continued

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