Free postage to the U.S. Military - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/8/09

Free postage to the U.S. Military

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - If you want to send mail to the troops, AIM Mail Centers are providing free postage to the U.S. military through November 26th.

AIM Mail Centers will send standard 1-oz., cards and newsletters through November 26th to active U.S. Military personnel around the world, at no cost to the sender.

AIM Chief Executive, Founder and CEO Michael Sawitz says,"Veterans Day as well as Thanksgiving Day are very special dates for our Nation. We reflect on our country's history, our freedom, our Veterans, as well as military personnel currently serving. Our military is the foundation of our security, and peace of mind. This month our AIM family celebrates those who serve us. Thank you."

AIM Mail Centers serves local business communities supplying: ground and express shipping, postal services, freight services, packing, storage and moving supplies, full color printing, advertising specialities, document management, private mailbox services, as well as productivity tools and business services.

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