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Show Our Troops A Sign Campaign

Earlier this year we launched an ambitious project in an effort to show America's service men and women our appreciation for all the sacrifices they've made in the past and continue to make every day. We called it the Show Our Troops A Sign campaign. Our goal is simple. A series of signs stretching across America that supports and acknowledges our troops. Signs that are a constant visible reminder to each and every one of our servicemen and women that they are remembered, respected and appreciated by their fellow Americans.

To accomplish this, we are giving away a complimentary sign to the first 500 organizations that request either one of our two designs that are shown below. We'll even pay for the shipping.

You can support our troops by claiming a free complimentary sign here. All we ask is that you hang it up somewhere for everyone to see. We also appreciate it if you would take a photo of your sign when you put it up and post the picture on social media or email it to us and we'll post it on our social media sites.



If you would like to purchase additional signs, we are proud to be partnering with The Wounded Warrior Project for this campaign. We are donating $2.50 from each sign purchased (signs are $12.50 each) to The Wounded Warrior Project. To order additional signs click here.

We have already given away over 100 signs. Here is what people are saying about The Show Our Troops A Sign campaign:

Brent of Muskogee War Memorial Park received his complimentary and liked it so much that he ordered 12 more to put around the Park in Oklahoma! “I think the Support Our Troops Campaign is an awesome idea! While I just requested our complementary sign, I would love to receive more to place around our facility and to distribute to our partners in town.”

Christopher says “As a Combat Veteran, I want to thank you for this noble cause of honor and pride in our County and our Armed Services.”
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