70 years ago today, June 6, 1944, Allied forces launched the invasion, and ultimate liberation, of Nazi occupied Europe. D-Day remains the largest seaborne invasion in history. It's success significantly paved the way to ultimate victory over the Axis powers. Stone Mountain's two Virginia factories are located one mile from each other - one in Huddleston and one in Bedford. Bedford is also the home of the National D-Day Memorial, a non-governmental, non-profit, education foundation. Dedicated in 2001 by President George W. Bush, it is located here because Bedford suffered the highest casualty rate per capita in the country during the D-Day invasion.
When I founded Stone Mountain, Ltd. in 2002, I wished to honor all those who fought in that terrible battle. And I especially wanted to honor those 22 "Bedford Boys" who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Normandy campaign. So I named my products after those Normandy beaches - Sword, Juno, Utah, Omaha and Gold. In commemoration of D-Day, Stone Mountain will contribute 1% of all sales in the month of June to the National D-Day Memorial.
President, Stone Mountain, Ltd.
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