"In the summer of 2018, Savanna Sandals offered to donate 10% of net sales to the charity, and the company made its first donation in the Fall of 2018. Savanna Sandals hopes to support their efforts on an ongoing basis."
"Kerrie Gill, 28, spent part of 2012 in northern Africa as part of the Ohio Air National Guard. That experience led her to found Savanna Sandals, flip-flops made from recycled tires."
"Kerrie Gill is a veteran in the Armed Forces and returned from a deployment in Africa and she really wanted to make a difference."
"Kerrie Gill was in the Air National Guard and was deployed in northern Africa. Her experience overseas is what led to the idea for her company, Savanna Sandals, which sells flip-flops made from recycled tires."
"Kerrie Gill, a former Air Force avionics expert, works in space at a WeWork in downtown Denver that's been dedicated to a program helping military veterans launch companies."
"Air National Guard veteran who sells flip-flops made from recycled materials through her e-commerce business, Savanna Sandals."
"Air National Guard veteran Kerrie Gill runs her business, Savanna Sandals, from the Veterans in Residence work space in Denver. A new PenFed Foundation program to help veteran entrepreneurs this week received $1 million in new donations for start-up capital projects."