Clorox Celebrates Veterans

By Paul Escajadillo, veteran and Associate Marketing Manager


In the United States, November 11 is Veterans Day, a holiday honoring those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

Veterans Day in the U.S. coincides with other holidays around the world, like Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which celebrate the end of WWI. (Major WWI hostilities formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, when the Armistice between the Allied forces and Germany went into effect.)

In observance of Veterans Day, all of us at The Clorox Company would like to recognize and thank all veterans for their service to their countries.

Here’s a video of Clorox employees, many of them veterans themselves, showcasing their support for and appreciation of veterans. It was produced by VetNet, the Clorox employee resource group for veterans.



Paul Escajadillo served over seven years on active duty as an airborne-qualified non-commissioned officer in U.S. Army Special Operations Command, deploying to Ecuador and Colombia in South America and twice to Afghanistan. He’s the recipient of the Combat Action Badge and two Bronze Star medals, in addition to other awards and decorations. Immediately following his military service, Paul attended Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. He joined Clorox in September 2015. Since joining Clorox, Paul has chartered and launched three new cat litter projects ranging from new sizes to new lightweight and scented Fresh Step® products. He’s executive officer (XO) of Clorox’s VetNet Employee Resource Group.