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Wiley X Offers Eyewear To Wounded Warrior Film's Donors

December 05, 2011  | 

Wiley X and Taylor Guitars are giving away an electric guitar and eyewear to donors who support the making of the wounded-warrior documentary "Still In the Fight."

The documentary will tell the stories of three U.S. Marines wounded in combat and their road to recovery. Three artists—singer and songwriter Mike Corrado, sketch artist Michael Fay, and sketch artist Robert William Bates—have joined the project to help amplify the veterans' stories.

First prize in the giveaway is a new Taylor guitar valued at $2,000. Others who donate will receive a pair of Wiley X Black Ops eyewear.

Winners will be announced on Jan. 2. To make a donation, visit

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