PFL and Randy Couture continue their partnership. PFL’s “Fights for Communities” platform partners up with Xtreme Couture’s GI Foundation.
The GI Foundation, is founded by former United States Army veteran, Randy Couture. It’s purpose is to honor America’s armed forces. The foundation’s main goal is to raise money and awareness for veterans and families of veterans. They specifically were founded in action that have forced them into retirement from the military.
“Randy Couture is a part of the PFL family, and we are incredibly proud to support his foundation as we share in his commitment to supporting our military and veterans,” said Peter Murray, CEO of the PFL. “As we head to MGM’s Mandalay Bay, the home of the 2019 PFL Playoffs, we look forward to using our platform to shine a light on the work being done by the Xtreme Couture GI Foundation and honor those brave service men and women who sacrificed so much defending this country,” says PFL executives.
Couture says, “I wore Army green for six years and have witnessed the incredible strength and fortitude displayed by these brave men and women in the face of adversity. Our mission is to fulfill any of their unmet needs as they return to civilian life. We wouldn’t be able to do this without the support of volunteers, businesses and organizations who donate their time, resources and energy toward the cause. I’m proud to be a part of an organization in the PFL that shares my commitment to supporting our armed forces and bringing the fight to communities across the US.”
Proceeds to the GI Foundation
PFL intends to host members that have been helped by the GI Foundation and Merging Vets and Players. The promotion will be giving free tickets away to military members throughout their entire playoff schedule in October. They also plan to host 50/50 raffles with all the proceeds going to the GI Foundation.
PFL’s playoffs take place in the month of October and will be the second season of playoffs. This is the first playoffs done in Las Vegas.