Sunday, November 13, 2011

Dollar General's Veteran's Day Discount

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of DollarGeneral for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

After the mass last Sunday, our church joins the cause of showing to the active military on duty that we appreciate their service to the country.  The church members made a card and it will be sent to where they are. They will randomly receive it back in Afghanistan and Iraq. That is one activity that we do aside from other activities which the church initiated for the Veterans Day.  Compared to the years when I was serving in the army, Americans nowadays give more emphasis to honor the Veterans as well as the active military. It should always be that way because they serve our nation to protect our freedom preserving the peace and security of the country. That is why most of the establishments in the nation such as Dollar General support the good cause to honor our service men and women. Dollar General's Veteran's Day discount gives out the 10% Discount for Veterans, Active Military and their families available in store on Saturday 11/11 and no coupon needed. The 10% Discount is also available online for everyone to celebrate Veterans Day by using the code VETERANSDAY at checkout. If you want to send a care package for our troops with free shipping, just get it at Dollar General. Visit the Facebook page of Dollar General today and view the thank you videos for the troops.

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