Say Thank You
This Thanksgiving, the Department of Defense is partnering with major cell phone providers so that you can send “thank you” text messages to the troops fighting in Iraq, Afghanistan and around the world. It is called “The Giving Thanks Campaign.”
A couple of seconds of your time, and your kind words will reach American troops free of charge. When you text your message of thanks to “89279” (TXASY) between November 17th and 22nd, you’ll receive a special thanks in return.
We will all sit down to our dinner on Thursday in freedom because of the job that they do, and their honorable and extraordinary commitment to our the security of our country. Frankly, most of us will thank them in our blessing prayers; it would be wonderful to let them know how important they are directly.
E. M. Zanotti
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