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Say thanks to the troops
December 3, 2008 - Jim Smith
While I don't normally like chain letters and find most of them little more than an invasion of my privacy and an insult to any degree of intelligence, this is something entirely different.
Xerox is asking Americans not to forget our troops serving in Iraq.
If you go to www.LetsSayThanks.com you can select a "thank you" card drawn by kids from across the country and Xerox will print it and send it to a randomly selected soldier serving in Iraq.
You can select a prewritten message or add your own thoughts to the card, which bears your name, city and state. Maybe it's something as simple as "thank you" or "stay safe" or "we love and appreciate you," but it's the sentiment that reminds them we care!
Wouldn't it be a great morale boost for our troops if we all took advantage of the opportunity to send a "thank you" card to them.
From what I've read, there are no strings attached to the free offer, so why don't we all use our computers to get on board with saying thanks to our troops?
Let's do it! Let's flood Xerox with cards to send to the troops!
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