July 10, 2024

‘Yellowstone’ Star Cole Hauser Joining Forces with Mark Wahlberg to Support Veterans

Fans of “Yellowstone” will be delighted to know that Cole Hauser, who plays Rip on the show, arguably one of the show’s favorite characters, is putting some of the profits from his coffee brand to work with our veterans.

Hauser is reportedly joining forces with star Mark Wahlberg, to support the “real heroes” of this country.

Wahlberg is going to join Free Rein Coffee as a brand ambassador and investor.

The Real Heroes

This is great timing for Wahlberg, who recently released “The Union,” a movie about an everyday Joe who suddenly finds himself neck-deep in the world of spies and secret agents.

Since its inception, Hauser’s Free Rein Coffee has worked with veteran organizations, so Wahlberg's coming aboard will give it huge exposure.

On the new partnership, Wahlberg stated, “It's always about giving back, you know, those are the real heroes."

On the product itself, Wahlberg added, "It's a great product," he added. "I drink coffee every morning. It's how I start my day and get fueled up, but you know, just supporting those guys.

“They created something amazing."

Hauser stated, "Mark and I have been working to support active military and veterans for years.

"It’s important to support our troops and those who serve our communities, uplifting them in any way we can. Special Operations Warrior Foundation is one that’s close to my heart; I serve on the board there and help raise money to support the children and the education of fallen soldiers.

“Mark and I both support Tunnels to Towers. I am particularly proud of the work they are doing to eradicate veteran homelessness."

Hauser added, "Mark has shown his commitment to our mission – serving those who serve. Plus, he’s willing to put in the work day in, day out … he embodies the ‘Get Up and Get After It’ spirit."

I can tell you firsthand that the product is a great one, and while it can be a bit pricey, the fact the money is going to help these charities makes it money well-spent in my book.

I wish them both success and hope they continue to grow the company to help our veterans.

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