Now, we need your help to send our troops a powerful July 4th message: Wherever they’re serving, we’re always by their side.
You can help by proudly wearing the USO’s 2013-edition July 4th t-shirt which I am unveiling today. This year’s design was chosen by our troops, who sent in their votes from USO centers at bases around the world. I can’t think of anything I’d be more proud to wear on July 4th than a shirt chosen by our troops that supports our troops!
Our troops are serving all around the world, from South Korea to Afghanistan to bases across the United States.
And thanks to people like you, the USO is always by their side.
From providing care packages, to making free phone calls back home, to supporting our wounded, ill or injured troops, you and the USO are having a powerful impact on the lives of our troops and their families. Let’s make sure this July 4th, they know we’ll always be there and we’ve got their back.
Donate $25 or more to support our troops. We’ll rush your 2013 limited-edition USO t-shirt to you in time for July 4th. - Kelli Seely, Senior Vice President, Chief Development Officer, USO
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