Click here to visit our 2018 #Flex4Forces page for more information on how you can show your support and flex!
Get involved in our new and exciting 2017 digital campaign, #Flex4Forces! The campaign calls on Americans to show their strength as a Force Behind the Forces by striking a biceps flex in support of our nation’s military and sharing it on social media.
The campaign underscores the USO’s historic mission to strengthen service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country. It allows the public to demonstrate appreciation and a personal commitment to service members and their families.
A strong America is a force for good in the world – so strike your flex and show our service members there’s strength in numbers!
STEP 1: SHOW YOUR STRENGTH
- Strike your flex pose
- Snap a picture or record a video explaining why you are flexing
STEP 2: SHARE ON SOCIAL
- Tag the USO and use #Flex4Forces
- Nominate four people to flex next
- Start sharing social posts on Armed Forces Day, May 20
*SAMPLE SOCIAL POSTS *
#Flex4Forces with @the_USO to show our service members there is strength in numbers! I nominate [insert @names] to flex next! [attach photo/video]
I am a Force Behind the Forces with @theUSO because a strong America is a force for good in the world. I nominate [insert @names] to #Flex4Forces! Who are you flexing for? [attach photo/video]
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