Keiana Holleman

126 Years of Family Serving Family – Devonte Burnett, Holloman AFB

By Keiana Holleman / January 18, 2022 /

The third-generation associate started with the Exchange when he was 15, in 2009. “I saw how the Exchange helped the military community and decided to stick with it.”

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Fort Bragg Popeyes Manager Named Professional of the Year by Strathmore’s Who’s Who

By Keiana Holleman / January 6, 2022 /

For Loredana Marciano, serving the Fort Bragg community means much more than selling meals.

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‘Chief Chat’ Returns in January with Military Leaders and Actors

By Keiana Holleman / January 3, 2022 /

Medal of Honor recipient Master Sgt. Leroy Petry kicks off “Chief Chat” for 2022 at 11 a.m. Central Time on Jan. 4.

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Exchange Health and Safety Motto Contest Winner States Safety Starts with Associates

By Keiana Holleman / December 28, 2021 /

His catchy, winning motto, “2022…Safety begins with you!” leads the charge that associates play a major role in workplace safety.

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Exchange Branding is Front and Center at the Armed Forces Bowl

By Keiana Holleman / December 23, 2021 /

For the fifth straight year, Exchange branding scored big at the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, using the game’s national broadcast to increase awareness of the hard-earned benefit.

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Tune in to ESPN to See the Exchange at the Armed Forces Bowl

By Keiana Holleman / December 22, 2021 /

Two 30-second commercials will air during the game to promote the hard-earned Exchange benefit.

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Fort Hood’s Clear Creek Exchange Shopping Center Welcomes Bath & Body Works

By Keiana Holleman / December 17, 2021 /

The new Bath & Body Works opened Dec. 17, just in time for Soldiers and military families to stock up on fragrant gifts for the holidays.

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Lackland Exchange Team Spreads Holiday Cheer to 2,600 Basic Military Trainees

By Keiana Holleman / December 6, 2021 /

Trainees—most of whom won’t be home for the holidays—were given a rare break from their rigorous schedule Dec. 4 and allowed to shop at the Exchange for holiday gifts for loved ones and family members.

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126 Years of Family Serving Family – Ursula Simpkins, Fort Eustis

By Keiana Holleman / December 1, 2021 /

In 1983, Simpkins left her small-town home near Stuttgart, Germany, and started her career with the Exchange as an associate at the Hainerberg PX. She moved to Fort Sill in 1985, and has called Fort Eustis home since ’86.

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Calling All Creatives! Exchange Health and Safety Office Seeks Submissions for Annual Motto Contest

By Keiana Holleman / November 12, 2021 /

Do you have a knack for words? Put your creativity to work! The Exchange Health and Safety office is looking for a new motto.

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