Just over a year ago, talk host Rush Limbaugh formed a beverage company called Two If By Tea. Limbaugh says he undertook the venture because he wanted to get a hands-on look at the experience of what it takes to start a small business in America –requirements, licensing, fees and other regulations that a small business owner has to deal with in order to take a product from idea to market. This week Limbaugh reported on his Premiere Networks syndicated radio show that his Two If By Tea venture has resulted in a very positive impact on another of his passions, support of the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation. “We have information about MC-LEF on every bottle of tea and at our website,” said Rush. “You know what? We ran the numbers and we are thrilled to announce that because of you, Two If By Tea has donated over $1 million in product and monetary donations to incredible causes, including the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation. Just a little over a year that we’ve been up and running and it’s over $1 million in product and monetary donations we’ve been able to make.” Learn more about the Foundation’s mission to aid and support the children of Marines and Federal law enforcement personnel who have died in the line of duty HERE.
December 6, 2012