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Lindsay wanted to create a way to remind all of us, as we go about our everyday lives, of the challenges and sacrifices that face our military members, and their families. She and her father (the ‘DADmiral’, as Lindsay affectionately calls him) have collaborated to apply their own personal experiences and understanding to a business venture that honors and celebrates those sacrifices while artistically evoking the beauty and romance of the sea surroundings in which they live, work, and, so often…wait.
And from that, The Admiral’s Daughters was born.
The Admiral’s Daughters were the featured pop-up shop of the market and set up business right in front of Sidney Cardel’s door. Cofounded and designed by Lindsay Amerault, The Admiral’s Daughters sells local fashion while benefitting ocean conservation and military nonprofits.
“I’ve known Cathy for about four years now and actually worked at Sidney Cardel’s on and off to give them some extra hands,” Amerault said. “I’m very close to them and their cause.”
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While The Admiral’s Daughters is a for-profit business, James Amerault — officially the CEO and owner of the business — said he wanted it to also represent a charitable side as well.
The business contributes to the Navy Safe Harbor Foundation, which supports wounded and seriously injured sailors and Coast Guard service personnel. About $1 off of every unit sold is contributed to the charity. The business also contributes to other military charities and environmental causes.