Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Send Free "Thank You" Postcard to U.S. Troops Overseas

I just found the website LetsSayThanks.com. From this Web site you can send a
free printed postcard to U.S. soldiers deployed overseas thanking them for their
service and showing your support and appreciation for their service to our country.
Once again it is FREE because XEROX and Give2TheTroops® have teamed up to
print and sent these postcards.

They (postcards) are based on children, ages 6-14, designes. So, if you have a child, or work with children, consider having them submit their artwork for new postcards.

Our troops need to know that we support them and appreciate their services.
This is the least we can do to show them how much we care about them.
It only takes a minute to send a card. Just choose a design, choose ont of the prepared
messages, or create one of your own, click "Submit", and you are done! No personal
information is required from you.

Send a card today - and tell others!

3 comments:

  1. Your blog entry was very interesting. I am a realtor specializing in Tampa Bay Florida Real Estate .

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  2. Help for sellers. I stumbled across this by accident when I was looking for some ideas to "stage" my home. It's been on the market for two months and no offers yet. My agent says I am right in line with the price I am listed at and I shouldn't reduce the price but I should increase the commission rate. I don't know who to believe anymore. I found the section on "7 deadly sins that sellers make" on the web and I've had my eyes opened. My agent is far from pleased but I am now thinking she really is only interested in getting her commission without really earning it. I am cancelling the listing when it comes up for renewal next month and I think I'll just try to do it myself and save myself a bunch of money. Anyway, if you're selling or thinking about it, here's where I found it 7 deadly sins that sellers make One good thing about it is there�s none of that stuff like agent referrals on the site and they don�t make you log in or anything. They also have a lot of tips for buyers and FSBO and all sorts of things. Hope this helps some of you.

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  3. I feel silly now.. had no idea blogger had so many blogs. I guess I should have figured since I found out it is owned by google. I thought I'd be the only one out there. Thanks for the site.. here's mine >>> marble fireplace

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