Tuesday, December 9, 2008


One-hundred-and-two years later, Xerox is still proving itself a leader - and a corporate patriot.

The Let's Say Thanks project - created and sponsored by Xerox, the copy company - gives everybody with Internet access a free and easy way to make sure American troops overseas have an inkling about how grateful we are for their service and sacrifice.

Just visit www.letssaythanks.com, choose one of the postcard designs (selected from a pool of entries from children nationwide), pick an already written message or write a note of your own, and click "send." Xerox does the rest, printing your postcard and mailing it with others in care packages sent by the military support group Give2TheTroops.

No, you can't dictate which soldier receives your postcard, but who cares? Regardless of how you feel about our country's current military actions, I don't know one person who doesn't wholeheartedly support and greatly appreciate our servicewomen and men, and the hard job they do to help keep our country safe and free.

All you need is about 30 seconds - please go to www.letssaythanks.com today, and express your gratitude to fellow Americans who earn it every day.

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