We wanted to let you know that there are others ways to get involved, too, and to share with you the official Boot Campaign video!
Like what you see? Here are more ways to “Gets Your Boots On:”
- Share your photos and stories on the Boot Campaign Facebook fan page and leave your comments on our blog
- Send @the_USO and @theBootGirls a Twitpic of you or your loved ones wearing boots
- Sign up for our newsletter “Your USO at Work,” and join the Boot Campaign mailing list for all of the latest info
And remember: $45 of every boot purchase goes to supporting the USO and the Lone Survivor Foundation, to continue the work of supporting our men and women in uniform.
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