Friday, December 10, 2010

Brighten a Soldier's Day this Christmas!


Xerox is doing it aqain this year!

What is that, you ask?

 They have a wonderful program whereby you go to their site, pick a predesigned postcard, add your name and choose a sentiment (they are good, also!) and they will print and mail the postcard off to the soldier! So quick and easy and a great way to acknowledge all the armed forces that keep us safe!

No registering, no fuss, no muss!  Literally takes one-two minutes and that's if you browse all the cards...

Here is a link to the Xerox site: Let's Say Thanks!

Please let others know of this wonderful service!

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16 comments:

  1. Wow, great idea and it was super easy! Thanks for posting this!

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  2. My husband is active duty Army so the military is very important to me so thanks for sharing this and I will repost it for sure!

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  3. You are absolutely right...it was very simple and fast. There is no reason not to do this since it takes minimal effort. It is taking me longer to post this comment, than it was to send a postcard.
    Gloria-TheLastOfNine

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  4. Thanks for the link, this is A FAULOUS idea!!

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  5. I did it! I had no idea they did that program! It's fabulous! :)

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  6. Thank you so much for posting this! Such a small thing to do for those whom we owe so much!

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  7. Yes, thank you. They did this last year and it is such a blessing to the men and women who are around the world in our name. It's the very least we can do!
    Blessings, Donna

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  8. Thanks Joy. I feel better and more Christmasy now.

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  9. Yes, thank you, this is great.

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  10. My husband is contemplating joining the Army so military families are always in my heart and on my mind. Thank you for sharing this awesome thing that Xerox is doing to bring a little appreciation to our troops who have to spend the holidays away from their loved ones.

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  11. Thank you so much for posting this. Our troops deserve our appreciation and support and this is extremely simple! I posted their badge on my blog as well.

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  12. Thank you so much for posting this link. It was a great way for all of us to say thanks to our brave men and women in the service.

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  13. I hope everyone will do this.. when my son was in Kuwait, Afghan and Iraq, he said often some of the guys would get no mail at all and so when I sent him a package I often sent a dozen extra cards and signed my name with a short note thanking them for what they did and my dentist donated dental supplies and I sent that plus our local stores got together and donated extra socks, lotions, things like that.. those guys were so happy and it made my son happy and proud of me to do that.. so think of those guy away from home some who don't have homes or families and need some cheer... doesn't hurt to make a few extra cards for them.. it is sad when it is mail time and they just sit there knowing they will not get any mail and when their name is called they are all excited... so put a cheer on their face and help us out.. Thank you all
    Hugs, Jean

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  14. Such an awesome program. More often than not we forget to "thank" the men and women that make the ultimate sacrifices for us! Thanks Joy for sharing this with us! I passed along the info!

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