XEROX LAUNCHES WEBSITE TO THANK U.S. SOLDIERS ABROAD

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XEROX LAUNCHES WEBSITE TO THANK U.S. SOLDIERS ABROAD

 user 2009-12-01 at 11:06:51 am Views: 56
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    XEROX LAUNCHES WEBSITE TO THANK U.S.
    TROOPS
    CLICK ON THIS LINK BELOW TO
    SEND YOUR PERSONAL MESSAGE

    http://www.letssaythanks.com/Home1024.html
    Xerox
    has launched a wonderful website for all of us to support our brave men
    and women in uniform who give us their all. The mission of Let’s Say
    Thanks is to provide a way for individuals across the country to
    recognize U.S. troops stationed overseas. By submitting a message
    through this site you have the opportunity to send a free personalized
    postcard greeting to deployed servicemen and women.The postcards,
    depicting patriotic scenes and hometown images, were selected from a
    pool of entries from children across the country.All you have to do is
    click on your favorite design and either select the message that best
    expresses your sentiment or draft a personal note. The postcards are
    then printed on the Xerox iGen3® Digital Production Press and mailed in
    care packages by military support organization Give2TheTroops®.

    Xerox
    is committed to helping people across the nation express their
    gratitude to our troops overseas. The launch of this program is aimed at
    reminding them how much Americans appreciate their service.This is a
    great program, and yet another way to show our wonderful and brave men
    and women how much they mean to all of us, and how much we appreciate
    their sacrifices. Thanks to Xerox for coming up with this wonderful
    idea!