Minton Jones Co.
In addition to supplying the products available for purchase through the Wounded Warrior Program, Minton-Jones is committed to employing Veterans who have sustained combat-related injuries and/or developed health conditions as a result of their service to our country’s military. Presently, Minton-Jones proudly employs warriors through the program at Ft. Bragg’s Womack Army Medical Center, and will continue to hire more as the program expands to more bases and facilities.
Minton-Jones was founded at the end of World War II by Lt. Travis W. Jones (U.S. Army Air Corps) and Pvt. William B. Minton (U.S. Armed Forces), and is now led by President Chip Jones.
Wounded Warrior Program
Since 1946, Minton-Jones has been committed and dedicated to providing the best products and service to all of their customers. Today, they are one of the fastest growing office supply companies in the country, with 37 locations in the United States, and three in Canada. The second-generation small business has been Federal/GSA supplier of commercial business and office equipment for 69 years.
This cause is especially near-and-dear to the Minton-Jones family: Grandson and namesake to the founder, Travis Jones, III completed his 15-month tour in Iraq, where he served as an infantry paratrooper out of Ft. Bragg’s 82nd Airborne Division.