Monday, December 31, 2007

Operation New Year's Eve

A very cool way to send messages of support to our troops!

From  Paul Rieckhoff , of  Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America

comes this

Click here: Operation New Year's Eve

'Operation New Year's Eve' is a campaign that lets Americans send text messages of support to our troops via the tallest billboard in Times Square. Almost one million people will be in Times Square to see the sign, and people worldwide can view the sign by visiting Visibility is limited during the day, but there will be a clear shot of the billboard all night long.

You can send your own message by sending a text to 94444. Just add the word 'CARE' before your message (for example: "CARE Thank you for everything you do!"). The word 'CARE' will not appear on the sign.

Standard rates apply, and posting a message to the billboard costs $0.99. Due to high volume, there may be a delay, and your message may not appear immediately.

The Durst Organization, Sign Lab Media, which runs the billboard, and, a media company, have all generously donated their time to put this project together. It hasn't cost us a cent, and a portion of the proceeds from the $0.99 charge will be donated to IAVA.


Please spread the word!



ceilisundancer said...

Oh, way cool.  Wonder how many will get to view these messages.

kasee267 said...

I hope LOTS of them will see it :)

Here's the message We sent to Our Soldier:

Happy New Year Krunch We Love You

freemansixpack said...

I just cried reading all those sweet messages of love, encouragement and well wishes. We sent Doug and his squadron some love. Im going to be reading this thing all Thank you for always sharing such great info with me and bringing not only tears but smiles to our faces during our truly are an angel!
Happy New Year to you and yours always

The Freemans
Semper Fi

northstar96sc said...

Happy New Year Kassee and Thank yoo for all you for so many Vets and Deployed Military Hero's and Shero's......
Blessings for 2008!

acoward15 said...

Happy New Year. Keep up the good work.