For the armed service people
- This was sent a few days ago, but I just got to it. Better late than never.
I'll bet they would still welcome whatever we can do. See below.
Siedow & Associates Investigations
2629 Foothill Blvd. # 262
La Crescenta, CA 91214
(Los Angeles County)
CA Licensed PI #22852; RPS 5538
CITRMS: Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist
NCISS: National Council of Investigative and Security Services
NCISS Membership Committee - <http://www.nciss.org/> http://www.nciss.org/
DALLAS - Energy drinks, beef jerky, candy bars and DVDs. These items topped
the wish lists of American troops shopping at more than 80 Army & Air Force
Exchange Service (AAFES) locations throughout Operations Enduring and Iraqi
Freedom. In fact, Soldiers, Airmen, Marines and Sailors picked up nearly
four million Monster Energy drinks, over one million Red Bulls and scores of
Snickers and Slim Jims in just the past year.
By simply logging on to www.aafes.org or calling800-527-2345, any American
can ensure that troops' stockings are full of the things they want this
holiday season by sending an AAFES gift card, redeemable at BXs and PXs
around the world.
"With the holiday season upon us, many military Families will have to spend
this very special time of year separated from loved ones," said AAFES'
Senior Enlisted Advisor Chief Master Sgt. Jeffry Helm. "An AAFES gift card
not only helps bridge that gap and improve the morale of troops, but also
ensures that they are able to get exactly what they want while reducing
shipping expenses for military supporters."
AAFES gift cards and gift certificates, up to $500, can be sent to
individual service members (designated by the purchaser) or distributed to
"any service member" through the Air Force Aid Society, American Red Cross,
Fisher House Foundation Inc., Navy-Marine Corps Relief, USO or Soldiers
Family Assistance Center.
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