Randy Houser and Ekrich Partnered to Give $5,000 in Free Groceries To An Army Veteran

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Randy Houser is all about supporting the military and it’s heroes.

Surprising Adam Stead, a 9-year Army veteran, and his family, Houser gave them a $5,000 check for free groceries from Food Lion.

“It was an honor to meet the Stead family and present them with a check for $5,000 in free groceries,” Houser said in a press release. “I’m proud to show my support for this cause. This is something really great that Eckrich is doing across the country for the military families who have sacrificed for us.”

Stead served as a helicopter pilot in the Army and completed a tour in Afghanistan in 2009. He and his wife Carrie have two children.

Partnering with Houser was Food Lion and Eckrich, the makers of smoked sausage and deli meats. Houser and Eckrich have partnered in support of veterans since 2014.