DollarDays announced today that the premier Internet-based product wholesaler to small businesses and local distributors has partnered with the Military Family Network, a marketing firm specializing in communications with the military community, to bring a multifaceted support program for service members and families in the United States, as well as for veterans returning home from the war in Iraq.
The program, “Operation DollarDays,” includes:
- Sending two-dozen long-stem[med] yellow organic roses from Organic Bouquet, the world’s first online organic florist, to the families of U.S. soldiers serving overseas. Every time a DollarDays customer orders $900 worth of products from www.dollardays.com, DollarDays will send a bouquet to a military family on behalf of a deployed service member;
- Providing a way for Americans to buy a dozen roses from Organic Bouquet for a deployed soldier to send to his family by visiting www.dollardays.com;
- Providing free DollarDays distributorships—normally $199 a year—to any military family member or Iraqi war veteran; and
- Three free months of SAT tutoring for any military family member through DollarDays’ sister company, Boston Test Prep, the leading online SAT test preparation company.
“DollarDays is so proud to support our troops and their families,” said Marc Joseph, CEO. “We know that our programs are a small contribution, especially when compared to the sacrifices of our soldiers and their families, but we wanted to find some new ways to say thank you, and so we developed Operation DollarDays.”
“DollarDays is one of our Military Family Neighbor of Choice Businesses,” said Megan Turak, Executive Vice President of The Military Family Network. “We are happy to help them support the troops and their families through our network, and we encourage all Americans to show they care by becoming involved with this program so that all deployed soldiers can send a free bouquet to their home-front hero. Holidays are the hardest times for families separated by deployment. This program helps to bring families closer together. Can you think of a better way to say ‘I care and thank you?'”
To find out more information about Operation DollarDays and its programs, visit www.eMilitary.org.