Veterans Day is on 11 November, and you are invited to join me in thanking our nation’s veterans, not just for Veterans Day, but every day.
Even before Carter and I met, I had always been a huge supporter of our military. I have numerous family members, including my Grandfather, who have served and fought in our nation’s battles. I also have countless friends who currently serve or have served.
Carter and I met during his last tour on active duty. He retired, we married, and then he deployed to Afghanistan as a government contractor. You can read his story of Retirement Interrupted. He is the true humble soldier, and doesn’t speak much of his service.
Veterans are woven into the fabric of our nation. They are our fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, friends, and neighbors. On Veterans Day and every day, our nation’s 22 million veterans should know they are appreciated for their service.
Please join me in saying thanks and honoring those service members in your life. Click HERE to create a custom “thank you” video dedicated to your special veteran(s). It’s super easy. Just add a few photos, some words of appreciation, and some pre-selected music and it’s live!
You can see my video here:
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) is a leading nonprofit organization that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families whenever they need it, transforming lives in positive ways. To learn more about DAV, visit dav.org.
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DAV (Disabled American Veterans) is a nonprofit organization that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations whenever they need it, transforming lives in positive ways. Visit dav.org to learn more.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of DAV (Disabled American Veterans). The opinions and text are all mine.