Love it or hate it, the National Enquirer is seen by millions. That’s why Rags of Honor founder Mark Doyle was happy to be profiled by the publication. The Chicago-based screen printing organization has the mission of providing employment and support services to homeless veterans. Go to ragsofhonor.us to learn more.
Rags of Honor in the National Enquirer
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