Got Your 6 and The Mission Continues held a special Service Project Event at Universal Studios last week.

Chris Marvin, Managing Director of Got Your 6, J.J. Abrams, Ron Meyer, President and COO of Universal Studios and Eric Greitens, CEO of The Mission Continues at the Got Your 6 and The Mission Continues Service Project Event
Chris Marvin, Managing Director of Got Your 6, J.J. Abrams, Ron Meyer, President and COO of Universal Studios and Eric Greitens, CEO of The Mission Continues at the Got Your 6 and The Mission Continues Service Project Event
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Got Your 6 is a Hollywood-backed campaign devoted to changing the conversation surrounding veterans. Got Your 6 is a military term that means “I’ve got your back.” Check out GotYour6.org for more info.

Chris Marvin, Managing Director of Got Your 6, Brandon Routh and Eric Greitens, COO of The Mission Continues at the Got Your 6 and The Mission Continues Service Project
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The event was a huge success! Led by Got Your 6 Managing Director Chris Marvin and national veteran nonprofit, The Mission Continues, over 250 veterans, volunteers and celebs such as NBCU President and COO, Ron Meyer, J.J. Abrams, Tom Arnold, Greg Grunberg, Jon Favreau, Hannah Simone, Brandon Routh and more spent the morning filling more than 5,000 backpacks with food for food-insecure children. Veterans and celebrities then delivered the backpacks to more than a dozen LAUSD schools.

Chris Marvin, Managing Director of Got Your 6, Tom Arnold, Eric Greitens, CEO of The Mission Continues at the Got Your 6 and The Mission Continues Service Project Event at Universal Studios.
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Greg Grunberg, Chris Marvin, Managing Director of Got Your 6, D.W. Moffett and Eric Greitens, CEO of The Mission Continues
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