Free book for the Troops!

This is a post from My Dallas Mommy that I had to post here! I was amazed at all the military woman reading my blog and wanted to make sure you knew about this deal! I read about this program this morning on CafeMom and couldn't wait to share it with you. This beautiful "pay it forward" program is designed to provide comfort and support for our troops stationed anywhere with an APO/FPO or MPO mailing address.
You can make a FREE 20 page Personal Soft Cover Book using your own digital pictures and send it to your family and friends far from home. The USO even pays for the shipping - making this $17 value, COMPLETELY FREE.
Each book is 5 x 7 and includes 20 pages (additional pages available at extra cost of .20 per page). It's designed to be lightweight and fit neatly into fatigue cargo pockets. It’s a great way to share memories of home with those far away.

A few details:
They will give you a promotion code to keep until check out. Under payment options do not enter cc info go to coupon code and put in the number it gave you at the beginning and the cc info will disappear.
The number of free books is limited, so make yours today before this amazing "pay it forward" runs out!
Economy shipping method is paid by the USO and is free to you. Other shipping methods are available for an extra charge.
Limit one free 20 page Personal Soft Cover Book per customer; this offer does NOT apply to any other products. Free book contains 20 pages and approximately 50-60 photos; additional pages available for $0.20 each page. Additional books available at regular price.
For more information on the USO, please visit USO.gov.


1 comment:

~Mo~ said...

Thank You, will pass this along. My nephew is in Baghdad, this is his 4th tour overseas!, and he's only 24! My other nephew is joining the army as well. Following in there grandpa and great grandpa's footsteps! He was able to send his son a dvd video of him reading a book, and sent him the dvd and book so he could read along with his dad, he chose a native american book, it made me cry cause he is missing things his son is learning to do.