United States Veterans Chamber of Commerce (USVCC)

Letter from USVCC President: Captain Travis Schweizer, U.S. Navy (ret.):

Dear Friends, 

Thank you for visiting the U.S. Veterans Chamber of Commerce (USVCC)!  Since our inception in 2016, we have sought to enhance the lives of our military members transitioning out of service, veterans, veteran designated businesses, and their respective families.  At the core of USVCC, we believe it is our solemn duty to provide some measure of relief to these patriots.  They have placed their lives on America’s front lines and sacrificed all to secure our freedoms. 

As a former Navy SEAL with tours in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, I have seen firsthand the devastating impacts of war on our soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and coasties.  It’s no small task leaving the warrior job behind and assimilating into daily society when one is healthy, let alone wounded, ill, or injured.  That said, USVCC is proud to offer our Military Mascots to support the Warrior Care programs and our military community. 

These cute little mascots have won me over and I hope they will find a place in your hearts and home, as well.  Thanks for your continued support!

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The USVCC, a nonprofit organization, holistically enriches the lives of transitioning military, veterans, veteran- designated businesses, and their families across a wide spectrum of needs through our five pillars of support: Employment, Business, Education, Wellness, and Family


The USVCC is comprised of 27 independent state chambers, over 100,00 veteran designated businesses, 2.5 million veterans, and 200+ Fortune 5000 affiliated companies.


The Warrior Games leverage the power of sports to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation, and generate a wider understanding and respect for the sacrifice of the men and women of the U.S. Military. 

A critical function of the United States Veterans Chamber of Commerce (USVCC) is assisting transitioning wounded, ill, and injured service members, their families, and caregivers through the U.S. Military Warrior Care with recovery coordination, military caregiver support, resiliency, and adaptive sports.


Video // 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games