L&I Army Navy Store

Business Address: 26 Market St.
Lowell, MA 01852
Middlesex County

Business Contact: Mr. Glenn Morales
Owner
Contact L&I Army Navy Store

Veteran Owned Business | Marines, Separated | Member since September 3rd, 2012

L&I Army Navy Store is Veteran owned and operated. L&I Army Navy Store sells military surplus, novelties, military tailoring, footwear, dog tags and more.

L&I Army Navy Store's Hours of Operation:
M-F 11-6
SAT 10-3
SUN CLOSED

Please mention you proudly found L&I Army Navy Store on Veteran Owned Business (VOB)!

Comments on the Military and Business Ownership...

It has taught me to make thing happen instead of waiting for thing to happen. Discipline to take charge and move forward, to be a leader.

This page has been visited 1949 times.

Listings

 

Facebook - Become a FanTwitter - Follow UsConnect with VOB online!

Sign up for your free VOB listing!

Is your small business or company owned by a veteran (VOB), active duty military, reservist, service disabled veteran (SDVOSB) or military or veteran spouse of the United States Army (USARMY), Air Force (USAF), Marine Corps (USMC), Navy (USN), Coast Guard (USCG) or National Guard?

Join over 30,000 other veteran owned small businesses (VOSB) already listed and get your company's profile potentially seen by millions of fellow veterans, government agencies, prime contractors, sub contractors, corporate purchasing departments and every day consumers who strongly and proudly support veterans businesses and are right now looking for your products and services Join VOB... it's FREE!

Click this button to get your company's free listing
Already a member? login here
Have a question? (877) VOB-List

Click this button to get your nonprofit's free listing

Search SDVOSB Search Engine

Click here to search Veteran Owned Business solely for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOSBs)

Sign up for the VOB Newsletter!

Sign Up for your VOB Newsletter

Newest VOB Member Profiles

Comments on the Military and Business Ownership...

“I learned to understand the meaning of discipline and how to perform under pressure. I came to understand the meaning of leadership through working my way up through the ranks.”

Richard Porter
Advocates in Manpower Management, Inc.

View all Comments

Facebook - Become a FanTwitter - Follow UsConnect with VOB online!