That’s why I’m so proud to share our 2011 Investor Report with you. Please take a moment to look it over and see the full scope and power of what your support makes possible.
As important as it is to look back at what we’ve accomplished together, you and I know that the troops need us looking ahead. And with your ongoing support, we’re already working to do even more for our brave service men and women in 2012.
And I’m so thankful to have you working by our side to make it all possible. We couldn’t do it without you.
Here’s to making 2012 an even greater year of support.
- Sloan Gibson President and CEO, USO
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