The name ‘Nine Line’ is iconic in nature and easily recognizable by any service member – past, present, or future. In combat, a Nine Line is an emergency medevac request, and is often the difference between life and death for the most severely wounded.
Two Army officers (and brothers), CPTs Daniel & Tyler Merritt, started Nine Line Apparel in a garage. When deciding to create their own apparel line, the Merritt brothers desired to create a brand that advocates for military, veterans, and patriotic Americans.
Nine Line’s success is due to the initiative, innovation, and exemplary customer service run by its dedicated staff. In just a few short years, they have grown to employ more than 70 veterans, military spouses, and patriotic Americans out of a warehouse just a short distance from historic downtown Savannah, Ga.
As a result of its support of the military and patriotism, the apparel line promotes the importance of caring for our veterans, especially those who are severely wounded. In early 2013, after Tyler’s West Point classmate lost three limbs fighting in Afghanistan, the brothers created Nine Line Foundation. The brothers committed to donating a portion of the proceeds of all apparel purchases to helping severely wounded veterans and their families.
To learn more about this cause and how you can help, visit www.ninelinefoundation.org