The Left Shoe Company announces corporate giving program to benefit returning veterans.

Luxury Los Angeles made-to-measure shoe-tique The Left Shoe Company will donate $5 to the Bob Woodruff Foundation for every man who gets his feet scanned between December 15 and Veterans Day 2014. Choosing a cause that’s near and dear to Co-Founder and Chairman Gordon W. Clune, the company sought out the New York-based charity for its dedication to helping the courageous men and women who have served the country. “As head of Klune Industries, we were very involved with the U.S. military,” Clune says.

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Luxury Los Angeles made-to-measure shoe-tique The Left Shoe Company will donate $5 to the Bob Woodruff Foundation for every man who gets his feet scanned between December 15 and Veterans Day 2014. Choosing a cause that’s near and dear to Co-Founder and Chairman Gordon W. Clune, the company sought out the New York-based charity for its dedication to helping the courageous men and women who have served the country. “As head of Klune Industries, we were very involved with the U.S. military,” Clune says. “We developed protective gear, among other tactical devices, and as a result I wanted to give back to our brace servicemen and women.” No purchase is necessary for the donation to be made to the foundation, but the holiday campaign does offer men the opportunity to receive the exact measurements of their feet with advanced 3-D technology.

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