Help Veterans By Purchasing Call Of Duty Personalization Packs

Activision Publishing, Treyarch, and Xbox have teamed together to support the Call of Duty Endowment. Starting tomorrow, October 8 through Monday, October 14, U.S. fans can purchase any one of the 17 Call of Duty: Black Ops II Personalization Packs that are currently available on the Xbox Live online entertainment network from Microsoft for a 25% discount. Additionally, Activision, Treyarch and Xbox will donate all profits from the packs sold to the Call of Duty Endowment – Activision Blizzard’s 501(c)(3) non-profit that helps returning service members by funding efficient and effective organizations that place vets into high quality careers.

“This is a great opportunity for the Call of Duty® community to get involved, and we’re delighted to work with Treyarch and our friends at Xbox to donate all profits from this activity toward helping vets find good jobs,” said Dan Goldenberg, Executive Director of the Call of Duty Endowment. “For most veterans, there’s nothing more important to easing their transition back into the civilian world than finding meaningful work.

Personalization Packs in Call of Duty: Black Ops II offer fans more options to customize and expand their experience. Each themed Personalization Pack contains one unique weapon camo, three targeting reticules, and a brand-new player calling card.

“With this drive, we continue to pledge our support to the Call of Duty Endowment in support of veterans, and really appreciate everyone in our community who contributes to this great cause and gives back,” said Mark Lamia, Studio Head of Treyarch.

Source: Xbox Wire

  • Yuan Taizong

    Yes, veterans as always, never the volunteers at humanitarian organizations, only those that have already had a well-paying job killing foreigners and ”domestic terrorists” (whatever that inflated term might mean), don’t get me wrong, my Father is a veteran and I have some friends who have fought in the Argentine, Iraq 1, Iraq 2, and Congo wars, but they were all able bodied and easily found work, if anything Veterans are trained to easily find work, they get special privileges from the government and can get away with attacking civilians, ”looking suspicious” got me nearly ran over by a car and attacked by a veteran who tried to kill me, the police justified his actions because ”he has served” and gave me a permanent record over nothing, meanwhile I am a volunteer at humanitarian services (yes, several) and never even got an inch of respect for helping to save lives while he got praised for killing foreigners, out of principle I won’t purchase this game any more.