Walmart, 7UP Snapple, Wells Fargo and Military Warriors Support Foundation has honored one of our nation’s combat wounded heroes, Former U.S. Army Sergeant Nickolas Shults, during Trace Adkins’s concert at the Bologna Performing Arts Center in Cleveland, Miss.

Army Sergeant Nickolas Shults will be presented with the ceremonial deed, to his mortgage-free home located in Gulfport, Miss. The home was generously donated by Wells Fargo to Military Warriors Support Foundation’s Homes4WoundedHeroes program. In addition to the home, MWSF provided the Shults family with 3 years of family and financial mentorship sponsored by 7UP Snapple and their retail partner Walmart.

Sergeant Shults  joined the U.S. Army in 2003 and within the same year, he was deployed to Iraq. Within 7 months after he arrived his camp was hit by an IED. He was awarded the Purple Heart for being wounded while supporting combat operations. Despite being wounded in combat, he rejoined his unit to continue the fight and was redeployed 2 additional times in support of the Global War on Terror.

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