VAN METER, Iowa (April 24, 2009) More than 500 veterans who escorted the unclaimed remains of seven Iowa veterans to their final resting place at the Iowa Veterans Cemetery line the procession route with American flags after providing a motorcycle escort for the remains. The ceremony coincided with Des Moines Navy Week, one of 22 Navy Weeks planned across America in 2009. Navy Weeks are designed to show Americans the investment they have made in their Navy and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Gary Ward/Released)

Share the Good News About VetVerify and the Veterans Online Shopping Benefit

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service, Coast Guard Exchange, Marine Corps Exchange and Navy Exchange are honored to finally recognize our Veterans’ time in uniform. Confirming Veterans’ eligibility to shop in advance of Nov. 11 is critical to efforts to properly welcome them back to their military family.

Beginning early June, potentially 13 million Veteran Soldiers, Airmen, Marines, Sailors and Coast Guard members are invited to visit VetVerify.org to confirm through data received form the Defense Manpower Data Center eligibility to access a new benefit made just for them—the Veterans online shopping benefit.

“Please join me in letting your loved ones who served this great Nation know about this lifelong online shopping benefit and how logging on to VetVerify.org will help ensure quick and convenient access when the program formally launches on Veterans Day.”

Please join me in letting your loved ones who served this great Nation know about this lifelong online shopping benefit and how logging on to VetVerify.org  will help ensure quick and convenient access when the program formally launches on Veterans Day.

Educate them on how they will not only save money for themselves and their families but also make a lasting contribution to the military community by adding to the exchanges’ dividends in support of critical military Quality-of-Life programs. This is the virtuous circle that is the 121-year-old military exchange benefit.

Also, beginning in June, the Exchange’s Social Media team will be sharing VetVerify.org posts and videos on our official Facebook page. If these posts move you, please “like” and “share” to maximize the exposure of these informational posts in social media channels.

Finally, this month’s Exchange Post has a feature story on VetVerify.org.

Your assistance in getting the word out about the Veterans online shopping benefit is deeply appreciated—please invite a Veteran to visit VetVerify.org today.

Soldier for Life!

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