Operation Hug-A-Hero’s founder Tricia Dyal,was interviewed by North Carolina’s local newspaper, Carolina Living. The article is also featured in The Globe, a local paper published for Marine Corps Family’s and the general community at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, NC. Tricia talks about how the organization was started, with it’s roots from her Daddy Dolls Company to today’s Non-Profit Organization.
A San Diego Marine Corps family was featured this weekend on San Diego 6 (the CW). Hug-A-Hero dolls helped the two Wilson children keep their father involved in their daily activities and, as the father mentions, allowed them to easily recognize him upon his return from deployment. Operation Hug-A-Hero seeks to give out 233 Hug-A-Hero dolls to families in need during this holiday weekend, celebrating and honoring our nation’s 233rd year of Independence.
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Operation Hug-A-Hero’s Lisa Berg, Executive Director, was featured in an interview yesterday, July 1, 2009. Lisa was interviewed by “Mrs Tara Crooks, A military wife who hosts a monthly podcast called “Tara’s Tales” to help fellow military families. They Talk, Advise,Learn and Empower on Military.com. The interview covers details about our Operation Hug-A-Hero cause. Take a listen now!”