We Support Our Troops!

While we worry about the weather, traffic, or other trivial things our family, friends, and neighbors are serving their country in Afghanistan, Iraq, and throughout the world. We appreciate their service and thank them every single day.

Recently one of our local friends shipped off to Afghanistan and we’d like to ensure him that he is not forgotten nor unappreciated for serving. With Christmas coming fast we hope you’ll take a few minutes to write him a note and brighten his day by sending it to him wherever he may be.

While we wish we could personally thank each and every one of our soldiers we hope the letters are shared with the troops he serves with and that they demonstrate our appreciation for all of their sacrifices during the upcoming holiday season and into next year.

If you want to send him a nice card, but are pressed for time during the holiday season consider using SendOutCards.com. First card you send is free and will only take a few minutes of your time. Do something nice for a soldier, send a card!

Here’s his address and a pic of him:

355 Spec. Zaunbrecher, Craig
FOB Farah (Rescorla)
HHT/4-73 CAV/82 ABN
APO, AE 09382

If you can’t get a card sent to Craig send him an email! Use craigz@fastestbartender.com and it will forward to his personal email account over in Afghanistan.

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