Berry Law Names Inaugural National Veteran Owned Business of the Year

Berry Law plans to recognize a veteran owned business annually based on its use of military values and its support for veterans. (Berry Law)
Scott Stewart
The Daily Record

Berry Law selected a Colorado Springs company for its inaugural Veteran Owned Business of the Year Award, recognizing businesses that use military founders’ skills while giving back to support the veteran community.

Dart Wars, owned by Air Force veteran Dylan Newman, was picked by the Lincoln-based law firm, according to a news release.

Newman served for 20 years in special operations, and he proudly employs teenagers who have been through the foster care system so he can mentor them.

The business is an indoor foam dart gun battlefield featuring obstacles and barriers along with glow-in-the-dark battles.

Newman hosts Wounded Warrior events that help veterans and their families enjoy time together. He also partners with Veterans Referring Veterans to encourage aspiring veteran entrepreneurs.

Berry Law’s Veteran Owned Business of the Year Award recognizes a business that is owned by a veteran that derives some of its values and operating principles from their time in service, according to the law firm. The award also considers how the business supports the veteran community.


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