Honoring Those Who Serve

Today is a special day for us to take reflection and honor the men and women who have given of their time and their lives to protect our freedoms. We probably all know a Veteran in our own lives, but how much thought have we given to their actual sacrifices?

Think about the time taken away from family and loved ones, and pursuits they may have been put on hold all so that we could live somewhere to be free to express our thoughts and chase our own dreams.

eMarketSouth is very proud to be the web provider for two local Veterans groups. American Legion Post 135 first opened its doors in Savannah, Georgia in 1946. Their website provides information on membership, community outreach, Americanism, and even rental of its facilities.

The Veterans Council of Chatham County is composed of veterans group from the Chatham County area. Their website features the latest in organization news, monthly meetings, links to member organizations, and a news feed.. You can also show your support for our Veterans by purchasing a brick to be included in the WWII Memorial on Savannah's River Street.

Want to celebrate the sacrifices of our veterans? Another of our clients, Buy Local Savannah, is sponsoring a special event to raise funds for the new WWII Memorial in Oglethorpe Square. Join them December 7 at the Jepson Center for the Reds, Whites and Blues gala.

Take a moment to visit these websites and leave the organizations a message that you support those who have given their ultimate support for our country.

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