Military Family Appreciation Month

To all our military families nationwide, we stand with you.

We celebrate you.

We thank you for your service.

To quote President Barack Obama’s Proclamation:

“Our military would not be the greatest in the world without the strength and support of the loved ones who stand alongside our men and women in uniform. While our service members are fighting to secure the values we cherish and defend our homeland, their spouses keep their households running, sometimes through multiple deployments. Spouses of those in the military are often forced to relocate across our country or around the globe, leaving behind jobs they love and sometimes struggling to find new employment. They are our fellow citizens and neighbors; in their service to their families and their country, they represent the true strength of America.”

We echo his sentiments. Not just during this month, and on this year’s Veterans Day, but every day.

We are an auto transport company which means we are here for you, members of the military, during your frequent moves and after when you are a valued veteran. Anything that you need from moving your vehicle when you receive PCS orders to moving your family after your service is complete, we will do our best to serve you as you have served us.

We can all do a little more to show our support and respect for members of the military and their families. Here’s a few ways you can:

Fly the American Flag for Military Family Appreciation Month!

Fly the U.S. flag!

Attend the Veterans Day Parade hosted by the city of Dallas each year. It is on Friday November, 11 at 11:00 a.m. in front of City Hall.

Show respect to officers you see in uniform in public. Maybe offer to purchase dessert or their meal.

Adopt a military family for the holidays and provide a Food Basket or toys.

Adopt a soldier for the holidays.

For more information on military family month, head over to Military Benefits.

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