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MilitaryConnection.com has announced that they have become a corporate supporter of the Defense Department’s America Supports You program. The relationship continues to benefit the military community through alliances and partnerships with a number of the nonprofit organizations that are part of the America Supports You program.

Debbie Gregory, president and chief executive officer of MilitaryConnec-tion.com stated, “At Mili-taryConnection.com, we are committed to supporting those who serve, past and present, and their families. It is our pleasure to join forces with many fine nonprofits and assist with programs that contribute to the welfare of our nation’s Armed Forces. Milita-ryConnection.com is embraced by the military community, which contributes to our extraordinary traffic and high rankings.”

“MilitaryConnection.com’s work and their commitment to ASY nonprofit organizations truly demonstrates what the America Supports You program is all about,” said Allison Barber, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs and founder of America Supports You. “By connecting with nonprofit groups to share their time and resources, Debbie and her team are strengthening Americans’ ability to provide support to our military members and their families.”

MilitaryConnection.com, a portal of all things military, takes great pride in providing a multitude of resources for our nation’s military audience. “Mili-taryConnection.com, is widely accepted as the ‘go to’ site for getting things accomplished for troops and their families,” said retired Brig. Gen. James P. Combs, USAR. “The ef-forts of this company have resulted in an improved quality of life for thousands of troops.”

MilitaryConnection.com, specializes in connecting those seeking employment with outstanding government and civilian employers. All areas of the website are free to users, including the Directory of Employers with over 30,000 employers and the brand new Scholarship Directory featuring thousands of scholarships. They continue to develop new resources and are excited about the forthcoming launch of Mili-taryConnection.com’s improved job board with a section that allows users to advertise on the site at no charge, items for sale such as cars, motorcycles, computers, etc. Also coming soon is a directory of veteran-owned businesses with free listings.

First introduced to the Defense Department program when they co-sponsored the 2006 America Supports You Freedom Walk in Simi Valley, Calif., MilitaryConnection.com joins forces with other outstanding America Sup-ports You groups on a regular basis.

Last summer Milita-ryConnection.com, along with several nonprofits, produced a free concert headlined by country music super star Phil Vassar for thousands of Marines and their families at Camp Pendleton. They also work with Soldier’s Angels on numerous programs including securing and delivering comfort items for deployed troops.

MilitaryConnection.com is proud to work with ThanksUSA and also funded a scholarship this year. “We have found MilitaryConnection.com to be a terrific gateway for communicating with military families far and wide about our scholarships for the kids and spouses of active duty personnel,” said Bob Okun, CEO of ThanksUSA.”

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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