• Acosta launched its first Believe in Heroes campaign in 2011 to raise awareness of the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization devoted to helping wounded veterans. • Working with 50 client brands and 65 grocery retailers through its signature Believe in Heroes campaign, Acosta raised $3.5 million nationally last year for the Wounded Warrior Project, and expects to hit $4 million this year. • Acosta works hand-in-hand with retailers on its own programs to ...
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