[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=FadwTBcvISo#at=20]On Superbowl Sunday, the USO and Jeep launch an initiative that celebrates and gives back to our troops – those whose work ethic, dedication and service have sustained the very fabric of this nation. “Operation SAFE Return” (OSR) aims to raise awareness and galvanize community support for returning troops and their families. As part of the initiative:
- Jeep will contribute more than $1 million in funding and vehicles to the USO to be used in programs that directly aid service members and family in their efforts to re-acclimate to civilian life.
- Jeep employees volunteered a ‘day of service’ at the new USO Warrior and Family Center at Fort Belvoir, Virginia on Wednesday, February 6, 2013
- Now through Monday, May 27, Jeep will donate $1 to the USO for every person who pledges to join the movement and tweets out their efforts using the hash tag #joinOSR.
Learn more about last night’s 'Day of Service'at USO.org.
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