Top Rope Pro Wrestling makes contribution to Wounded Warriors

wounded-warriors-featuredTop Rope Pro Wrestling has made a $389 contribution to the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program.

Top Rope partnered with the Wounded Warriors to put on the Jan. 5 New Year’s Chaos event in Lexington, Va. A representative of the program was on hand at the live pro-wrestling event to talk with fans about Wounded Warriors, which was established in 2008 in response to the growing need to improve and expand services to our nation’s veterans and their family members whose lives have been touched by stress-related injuries or traumatic brain injury.

“Everyone here at Top Rope Promotions has the utmost respect for the Wounded Warrior program and their noble mission of serving our veterans with pride,” said Chris Graham, the president and CEO of Top Rope Promotions, the parent company of Top Rope Pro Wrestling.

More information about the Virginia Wounded Warriors Program is online at www.WeAreVirginiaVeterans.org.

Top Rope Pro Wrestling has announced plans for its next show, Night of the Legends II: Unfinished Business, which is set for Saturday, April 13, at Waynesboro High School, Waynesboro, Va.

More information about that show and other news from Top Rope is online at www.TopRopeProWrestling.com.

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