Able Forces and The Country Network Form Partnership on Heroes For Hire Video Resume for Television

Nashville, TN –Able Forces is pleased to announce their partnership with The Country Network (www.tnccountry.com) Heroes For Hire program that will provide 2 to 3 minute video interviews running twice a day with Wounded Warriors seeking employment.

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Able Forces was selected to provide each of the Wounded Warriors that will be featured.  “I believe the Heroes For Hire program is a first in Country television and maybe all of TV”, stated Skip Rogers, Executive Director of Able Forces.  “Each of our veterans will be highlighted for 7 consecutive days.   I’ve got a bunch of pumped up warriors very


excited about this incredible opportunity” Rogers commented.

Able Forces is providing the Wounded Warriors that will be interviewed and filmed by the Heroes for Hire film crews that are prepared to travel to whatever location the warriors resides.  Current filming is being conducted in Florida, Ohio, West Virginia, and Virginia.

Warren Hansen, Founder and CEO of The Country Network, is also a disabled veteran with a passion to address the needs of our combat injured veterans.  “We wanted to create an opportunity to showcase our Vets”, Hansen said.  “No one is more prepared to deal with the stress and challenges of the workplace more than these fine warriors.”  Hansen knows well the commitment and dedication of our military with 2 brothers currently deployed as combat medics.  “We are honored to highlight these Heroes” he concluded.

About Able Forces
Able Forces is a veteran-owned 501(c)(3) non-profit community rehabilitation program (CRP) with amission to address the critical employment and training needs of our combat injured veterans of the Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF)/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and severely disabled veterans.   With an emphasis on continuity of support, Able Forces provides employment opportunities, job training, and job retraining to this Nation’s heroes suffering from physical disabilities, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and minor to profound Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

About The Country Network
The Country Network showcases the best in country music videos and related content, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Our programming reaches beyond the current top 20 playlist and showcases the other 90% of artists that you may hear on the radio but seldom, if ever, see on other networks.  We feature performers who have dedicated followings and broad name recognition, fresh artists, and even the best of the classics.
Our content is presented by seasoned and captivating Video Jockeys (VJs) and includes artist liners and interviews.  Simply put, we are all about the music.

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