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Navy SEAL Museum Benefits from the Busch Family Foundation’s Tenth Annual Wild Game Dinner

Fort Pierce, Fla. – July 6, 2022 – The Navy SEAL Museum is pleased to announce a charitable contribution from The Busch Family Foundation in support of the Trident House Charities Program. The donation came from the proceeds from the Foundation’s Tenth Annual Wild Game Dinner.

The October 8, 2021 event was held at the St. Lucie Fairgrounds in Fort Pierce, Florida. Despite the challenging weather conditions, a large crowd turned out to enjoy a top-shelf open liquor bar, bottled and draft beer, and an exotic dinner prepared by the some of the best local chefs. The evening also included a live tactical demonstration and live auction.

Busch Family Foundation

“We remain thankful for the support of our friends at the Busch Family Foundation,” said retired Navy SEAL Grant Mann, Executive Director of the Navy SEAL Museum. “The Busch Family Foundation and Southern Eagle Distributing are committed to a mission similar to ours–they care deeply about the preservation of history, heritage, and community, and about service to country. Their donation will directly impact the families we serve as part of our Trident House Charities outreach.”

The Busch Family Foundation was founded for the purpose of giving back to the local community. Through the years, the Busch Family Foundation has committed a great amount of time and financial support to local charities, including the Navy SEAL Museum. The Museum’s longstanding partnership with Southern Eagle Distributing and the Busch Family Foundation has facilitated direct support for Special Operators and their families for more than a decade.

“Southern Eagle Distributing and the Busch Family Foundation proudly support the Navy SEAL Museum, their mission, and their unmatched dedication to preserving and sharing history,” said Philip A. Busch, President of Southern Eagle Distributing. “We were thrilled to host a one-of-a-kind demonstration and extraction by the Navy SEALs at the 10th Anniversary Wild Game Dinner. Our guests are still talking about the experience almost a year later. The growth of the museum is a point of personal pride, and it has been an honor to contribute funds that have helped to immortalize the great service and sacrifice of such elite servicemen. If anyone in our community has not yet visited the Museum, we strongly encourage them to spend a day viewing the exhibits and learning more about this great organization.”

Navy SEAL Museum Benefits from the  Busch Family Foundation’s Tenth Annual  Wild Game Dinner

Pictured from left to right: Sherry Santino, Marketing Manager of Southern Eagle; Paul Trabulsy, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Southern Eagle and Committee Member for the Busch Family Foundation; Grant Mann, Executive Director of the National Navy SEAL Museum; and Andy Favata, Committee Member for the Busch Family Foundation.

About The Busch Family Foundation
Peter W. Busch created The Busch Family Foundation over 30 years ago to make a difference in the community. Education, youth/family, and veterans are the focus of the Foundation, along with the preservation of Florida’s natural beauty and indigenous wildlife. Peter has owned Southern Eagle Distributing, the local Anheuser-Busch distributor, since 1984. From the very beginning, his family, staff, and management have been committed to improving the community. They have supported numerous local charities with countless time, energy, money, beverages and more. With 100% of all proceeds benefiting local charities, the mission of the Busch Family Foundation is to help make the community better and stronger for the people who live here.

About The Navy SEAL Museum
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the U.S. Navy SEALs and their predecessors. Located in Fort Pierce, Florida, the Museum resides on the training grounds of the original Navy combat divers, the Frogmen. Built to honor the men who served with fortitude and ingenuity, the Navy UDT-SEAL Museum first opened its doors on Veterans Day in 1985. From humble beginnings, the facility has experienced tremendous growth, achieving national stature in 2007. The main objective of the Museum remains the promotion of public education by providing the opportunity to explore the history of the Navy SEALs through interactive exhibits, while honoring the fallen at the SEAL Memorial and caring for those warriors’ families through Trident House Charities.


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The Navy SEAL Museum
For further information, contact:
Elaine Ryan
Phone: (772) 595-5845 x 216
Mail to: Elaine@navysealmuseum.org
www.navysealmuseum.org
Rolf Snyder
Phone: (913) 244-4782
Mail to: Rolf@navysealmuseum.org

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