About This Episode

Travis and Tim talk about the latest news regarding the Travis Mills Foundation, including a new Health and Wellness Center.  This impressive addition will allows them to help more veterans and families.  In addition, Travis is also excited to have opened the White Duck Brew Pub in Maine, a restaurant that not only serves mouth-watering food, but also provides jobs for many in the local community.

Building on the incredible response and success of the first season; the second season features Marine and Bestselling Author Scott Huesing as well as inspiring and inimitable philanthropist Adrienne Arsht, Ashley Morrill and Ryan Eldridge from the TV hit “Maine Cabin Masters,” and billionaire Home Depot Founder Bernie Marcus.

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The latest Travis Mills Foundation news

TMF Health and Wellness Center

The Travis Mills Foundation’s Health and Wellness Center is under construction following a groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 11, 2001; the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks against America.

The health and wellness center is the most ambitious expansion since the lakeside retreat opened in 2017 in Rome.

The ambitious expansion is a $7 million facility with 9,800-square-feet of space .  In addition, it allows the Foundation to expand programming for veterans and their families to 40 weeks out of the year.

Since its opening, the retreat has served 627 veterans, 724 families and 2,087 people from 43 states, Washington, D.C., and Canada.

The Foundation’s website features a live feed of the build at the retreat’s construction site in Rome, Maine.

Travis Mills and Tim Eisenhart

Learn more about the hosts on the episode page for the debut episode of the American Hero Show

The Foundation is based in Maine, however Travis is originally from Michigan and his home state is excited about the new addition:

Learn more about Travis at TravisMills.org or follow him on Social Media