By Sallie Cauthers, DeCA Marketing Department
FORT LEE, Virginia – Military communities face challenges every day as they navigate a life of deployments that separate families or overseas rotations sending them away from home.
The Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) would like to thank service members and their families for their service through sales promotions in November that highlight the events of Military Family Appreciation Month, Warrior Care Month, and Day veterans.
“In November, we recognize all of our servicemen – active duty, guard and reserve, retirees, veterans and their families for standing up for our freedoms,” said Bonita Moffett, Director of Sales for DeCA. “The Commissioners will show their thanks until November and will forever thank our patrons for their service to our country.”
Until November, the commissary’s industrial partners – sellers, suppliers and brokers – work with stores to offer discounts that go beyond daily savings. Foreign stores may organize substitute events for certain promotional programs.
Customers are requested to consult their local commissary for details on the dates and times of the following promotions:
• “K9 for the warriors”. Del Monte is offering service dogs to veterans through the proceeds of a promotion from November 1 to January 20. Customers can support the program by purchasing Del Monte canned goods at their commissary. “K9s For Warriors” trains rescue dogs to help veterans cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Military Sexual Injury, Post 9/11 Problems and other psychological challenges associated with military service. See details inside your commissary regarding this worldwide promotion.
• “Honoring the Veterans” contest. Enter for a chance to win one of six $ 500 gift cards. Buyers can find the enter-text code in store or online at https://www.mymilitarysavings.com/contests/570. In addition, part of the profits will be donated to Operation Homefront. No purchase necessary. This promotion takes place on December 5th.
• Fill up for the holidays. Commissary customers can get a $ 10 Visa Rewards virtual account when they purchase 10 participating products from stores in the United States from November 19 to December 31 in a single transaction, and keep their printed receipt to receive an account Virtual Visa $ 10. Simply visit www.activaterewards.com/Military (link will be active on November 19) to enter their information and submit their full receipt image by December 31. Please visit the website to view over 40 participating products. While stocks last.
• Sale of veterans weekend sodas. The Veterans Day soda promotion will run from November 11-14. The six-half-liter Coca-Cola products will be on sale: four six-packs for $ 10. Other Pepsi 12-packs will be on sale: four 12-packs for $ 12. In the United States only to include Alaska and Hawaii.
• Purina Military Pet Club. Enter for a chance to win a $ 500 gift card. There will be two winners chosen over the New Year, so register by December 31st at www.MilitaryPetClub.com. Plus, refuel and save on Purina ProPlan for all dog and cat meal plans. Customers can also go to www.MilitaryCatClub.com to participate and earn more gift cards before December 31st.
“Be sure to check out our online sales flyer at www.commissaries.com,” Moffett said. “There you will find many great selling items. And, you’ll also find club pack promotional items at the Wall of Value located inside your local commissary to meet all of your vacation needs. Make sure you stock up now.
About DeCA: The Defense Commissary Agency operates a global chain of police stations providing groceries to military personnel, retirees and their families in a safe and secure shopping environment. Commissioners provide a military advantage, saving authorized customers thousands of dollars each year on their purchases compared to similar products at commercial retailers. The reduced prices include a 5% surcharge, which covers the costs of building new stores and modernizing existing ones. An essential part of supporting military families and an integral part of military pay and benefits, Commissioners help prepare families, improve the quality of life for U.S. military personnel and their families, and help recruit and retain the best and brightest men and women to serve their countries.
|Date posted:||28.10.2021 13:39|
|Site:||FORT LEE, Virginia, United States|
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