Shutterfly Honors Military Service Members with Thank You Cards and Partners with...

Shutterfly Honors Military Service Members with Thank You Cards and Partners with Portraits of Love

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Redwood City, CA—Shutterfly, an online social expression and personal publishing service, launched its Thank the Troops campaign to honor military men and women who serve our nation with free cards of appreciation. Shutterfly is also partnering with the PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association to donate free prints for their 4th Annual Portraits of Love project.

Portraits of Love aims to provide active military personnel with free family portraits during the holiday season. To learn more visit pmdaportraitsoflove.com.

To create a free, customized thank you card for military service members serving overseas and veterans living in VA hospitals, Americans can download the free Shutterfly Thank the Troops Facebook app. To distribute the cards, Shutterfly is partnering with A Million Thanks, a nonprofit dedicated to thanking U.S. military men and women for their sacrifices, dedication and service to our country. Together, Shutterfly and A Million Thanks hope to send more than 1.5 million Shutterfly cards of appreciation in time for Veterans Day.

“Shutterfly’s vision is to make the world a better place by helping people share life’s joy, and we are thrilled that throughout the month of November, all Americans can help us express gratitude for the men, women and their families who serve our country,” said John Boris, chief marketing officer of Shutterfly. “We hope our Thank the Troops Campaign will bring joy to our service men and women around the globe.”

Along with partners Chase and Verizon Wireless, Shutterfly hopes to get a thank you card into the hands of every military service member and veteran in a VA hospital this holiday season. Sending a free card is easy. Americans can access Shutterfly’s Thank the Troops Facebook app, select a card, add a personal message or photo and share the card to their Facebook feed to inspire friends to create their own card. Shutterfly will take care of the printing and delivery.

The completed cards will be distributed to troops and veterans with the help from A Million Thanks organization. To learn more and create a card, visit apps.facebook.com/thankthetroops.

To further honor military families, starting November 1, Shutterfly (shutterfly.com) and the U.S. Army’s Morale, Welfare and Recreation office (MWR) began inviting Army families to participate in the My Army Life in Photos contest. Through the Shutterfly sponsored contest, participants can upload their photos and tell the stories of their lives in the military in photos. To learn more about the U.S. Army MWR, visit armymwr.com.

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