DAV acquisition of Patriot Boot Camp offers greater resources to entrepreneurs in the veteran, military community
ERLANGER, KY. – DAV (Disabled American Veterans), the congressionally chartered voice of America’s disabled veterans, is excited to announce the acquisition of Patriot Boot Camp, a dynamic entity that helps veterans, military members and spouses become creators, innovators and entrepreneurs. Through this transfer, current and future entrepreneurs served by Patriot Boot Camp will enjoy greater support and resources, while DAV expands its footprint to empower the veteran and military community by assisting job creators and advocating for service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses.
Founded in 2012 by Taylor McLemore along with David Cohen, David Calone and Jared Polis, Patriot Boot Camp, formerly a 501(c)(3) charity, provides training, mentorship and networking for current and future business owners. It has provided in-person and virtual boot camp programs for more than 1,000 entrepreneurs since its founding. Its alumni have raised more than $150 million in venture capital and employ over 1,900 individuals.
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