New Bouhammer Shirt Honoring #militarymon on Twitter and raising money for Valour-IT

Another new announcement from ( and Vision Strike Wear ( in conjunction with and Vision Strike Wear have developed and has for sale the very first Twitter-themed T-shirt honoring Military Monday, which is designated by the hashtag #militarymon.

The front of the shirt has the hashtag #militarymon and the back of it has one cool and tough looking twitter bird all decked out ready to kick butt and tweet names. The #militarymon hashtag to honor military tweeters on every Monday was conceived by Greta from and TV personality Carson Daly. The #militarymon trend has really taken off and the popularity of it grows every week.

Recognizing the popularity of this trend on twitter, and Vision Strike Wear have developed this shirt and have decided to donate all proceeds to the Project Valour-IT program.

Project Valour-IT, in memory of SFC William V. Ziegenfuss, helps provide voice-controlled/adaptive laptop computers and other technology to support Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines recovering from hand wounds and other severe injuries.  Technology supplied includes:

  • Voice-controlled Laptops – Operated by speaking into a microphone or using other adaptive technologies, they allow the wounded to maintain connections with the rest of the world during recovery.
  • Wii Video Game Systems – Whole-body game systems increase motivation and speed recovery when used under the guidance of physical therapists in therapy sessions (donated only to medical facilities).
  • Personal GPS – Handheld GPS devices build self-confidence and independence by compensating for short-term memory loss and organizational challenges related to severe TBI and severe PTSD.

To learn more about Project Valour-It go to


To Order the shirt, click HERE or the graphic below.


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