USO of Metropolitan New York has teamed up with To The Fallen Records to create Songs for Soldiers, a program designed to provide pre-loaded MP3 players free to deployed service members in Iraq and Afghanistan. For just a $29 donation (tax deductible), you can send one of these special MP3 players to a specific Troop or to anyone serving overseas. You can also include a message of support.
Designed by FlatFlash, these MP3 players are comprised of double laminated unbreakable plastic, and are water/heat/cold/dust/magnetic resistant and fully rechargeable. These types of media players are one of the most popular items during deployment and we’re proud to be able to offer them in this way.
USO of Metro New York’s goal is to get an MP3 player into the hands of EVERY service member in Iraq and Afghanistan by the end of 2010. Won’t you help us make that possible?
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