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"The New England Warrior Benefit at 6 p.m. tomorrow is co-chaired by Wilcox Industries Corp. CEO Jim Teetzel and Fan Pier developer Joe Fallon, who said he hoped to raise “several million dollars” for his Fallon Family Charitable Foundation, which will divide the proceeds among five military nonprofits — the Navy SEAL Foundation, the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Project, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, the Semper Fi Fund and No Greater Sacrifice.”
Read full Boston Herald article by Ira Kantor. Photo of Joe Fallon by Ted Fitzgerald.

"The New England Warrior Benefit at 6 p.m. tomorrow is co-chaired by Wilcox Industries Corp. CEO Jim Teetzel and Fan Pier developer Joe Fallon, who said he hoped to raise “several million dollars” for his Fallon Family Charitable Foundation, which will divide the proceeds among five military nonprofits — the Navy SEAL Foundation, the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Project, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, the Semper Fi Fund and No Greater Sacrifice.”

Read full Boston Herald article by Ira Kantor. Photo of Joe Fallon by Ted Fitzgerald.

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Boston Bruin Shawn Thornton and Joe Fallon at Fan Pier checking out the New England Warrior Benefit motorcycle auction.

Boston Bruin Shawn Thornton and Joe Fallon at Fan Pier checking out the New England Warrior Benefit motorcycle auction.

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Retired Navy Seal Jim Smith and Joe Fallon visit WROR’s The Loren & Wally Morning Show to talk about the New England Warrior Benefit.

Retired Navy Seal Jim Smith and Joe Fallon visit WROR’s The Loren & Wally Morning Show to talk about the New England Warrior Benefit.

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Jim Smith, a retired Navy Seal, and Joe Fallon FOX 25’s Beacon Hill studio to discuss the New England Warrior Benefit.