Maj. Bill White, a 104-year old Veteran who fought in World War II, has only one wish this Valentine's Day, and that is to receive cards from around the world. We of course, as a card company are happy to help him reach his goals!
As we were writing out a card for him to send from ourselves, we thought, what if our customers would want to send a card to Maj. Bill White too? And we decided to help make that happen!
If you would like to send a card to Maj. Bill White but don't have the time to shop locally and mail it, order one of our Greetings from the Past Valentine's day card and in the coupon code section at checkout, enter VAL104. This will make shipping free of charge and we will send the card directly to Maj. Bill White and sign your name. If you would like us to include a special note, include it in the "notes" section available during the checkout process.
Already have your own Valentine's Day card you want to send to Maj. Bill White? Here is his address:
ATTN: Hold for Maj. Bill White, USMC (Ret)
The Oaks at Inglewood
6275 Inglewood Ave
Stockton, CA 95207
Thank you for helping us make Maj. Bill White's wishes come true this Valentine's Day!
A note we received from one of our customers about this service we are offering:
"Thank you so much for offering this service to your customers. It allowed me to participate in sending a card to honor this wonderful gentleman who served his country and reached an age that so few are able to get to. I hope that all of these cards bring him great joy.Kind regards,Joan"Know of another veteran who has asked for cards? Let us know and we will share with our readers.
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