West Virginia American Legion receives gaming station from Regiment Gaming

Sep 16, 2022
West Virginia American Legion receives gaming station from Regiment Gaming
West Virginia American Legion Department Commander Tom Hicks, who is also the commander of Moundsville Post 3, won the $3,000 gaming system after visiting with Regiment Gaming at The American Legion National Convention in Milwaukee. Regiment Gaming and Paradox Customs, who donated the system for the drawing, delivered the equipment to the post, where Hicks hopes it will help attract younger veterans to visit and join. @Paradox Customs

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