This week, Zenith launched its first limited edition timepiece in partnership with Wounded Warrior Project, the Zenith Pilot Cronometro Tipo CP-2 USA Edition, limited to 50 pieces, available exclusively in the United States.

To show support for the Wounded Warrior Project, Zenith presented a check to WWP for $25,000 in honor of Veteran’s Day. The nonprofit charitable organization honors and empowers injured service members who volunteered to serve their nation on or after the events of September 11, 2001.

Zenith timepieces writes check to Wounded Warriors Project November 2018
New York, NY – November 05 (L-R) Zenith North America Brand Director Thierry Collot presents a check to Army Veteran Antoinette Wallace, and Wounded Warrior Project Alumni Manager Chris Darcy.

Commenting on the partnership, Julien Tornare, CEO of Zenith shared: “In recognition of Veteran’s Day, Zenith is honored to partner with Wounded Warrior Project to launch this very special limited-edition chronograph. We are happy to support the important work that Wounded Warrior Project is doing for the nation’s service members and their families through this project. We could not think of a better way to celebrate this moving annual commemoration.”

Gary Corless, warrior support for Wounded Warrior Project commented: “We’re extremely grateful for the support of Zenith and their newest campaign, which enables us to address the challenges warriors face head-on. Our warriors paid their dues on the battlefield, and never pay a penny for our programs and services.”

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