Dixxon Flannel, Cider Corps Partner With 22 Jumps Project to Raise Funds for TBI Research 

East Valley businesses Dixxon Flannel Co. and Cider Corps are partnering with the national 22 Jumps project in February for a series of fundraising events dedicated to spotlighting advances in veteran-based research on traumatic brain injuries.

Three events held on Feb 2 – 4 will raise funds for 22 Jumps and its initiative with Cohen Veteran Bioscience, a non-profit organization whose dedicated work is fast-tracking development of diagnostic tests and personalized therapeutics for the millions of veterans and civilians suffering from the effects of trauma-related and other brain disorders.

Thursday, February 2 Los Gringos In Concert Dixxon Flannel Showroom:  7200 S. Priest Dr., Tempe 6 – 10 PM $22 • 21+

Sample ciders and beers from local craft brewers while listening to local legends Los Gringos at the Dixxon Flannel Showroom in South Tempe. Food trucks will be on site and Dixxon will also release a special 22 Jumps flannel for separate purchase.

Purchase Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/22-jumps-in-arizona-2023-1596709 

Friday, February 3 Speakers Dinner for Traumatic Brain Injury Solutions Cider Corps Taproom: 31 S. Robson #103, Mesa 6 – 10 PM $200 • 21+

An intimate evening at Cider Corps in Downtown Mesa will pair dishes from the Valley’s top chefs with the veteran-owned cidery’s craft beverages. Leading researchers from Cohen Veterans Bioscience will share updates on their work “Advancing Solutions for Brain Trauma from Theory to Therapeutics.”

Purchase Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/22-jumps-in-arizona-2023-1596709 

Saturday, February 4 4th Annual 22 Jumps In Arizona Camelback Mountain, Echo Canyon Trailhead 6 AM Meet • Media Only

Veterans Tristan Wimmer and Chris Carnahan of the 22 Jumps Project will each complete 22 BASE jumps off Camelback Mountain – each jump symbolic of the 22 U.S. active duty and veteran service members who succumb to suicide each day. This will be the fourth year of jumping from Camelback for Wimmer, who founded the 22 Jumps Project after losing his brother and fellow Marine to suicide.

Make A Donation: www.22jumps.org/donate/.  

Images courtesy of 22 Jumps