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POSTED: November 8, 2007 5:00 a.m.
Veteran.com has announced it’s building an online community for U.S. military veterans.
Veteran.com is one of the lesser-known online communities. Unlike other community sites that try to cater to everyone, Veteran.com has a simpler premise: provide a premium community for U.S. Military Veterans.
“I got the idea of this community when I retired from the military and lost track of many of my old friends. We all used our local e-mail addresses and now everyone has moved on to other places,” said Steve Lecarpentier, president and founder of Veteran.com.
“In fact, about a third of online customers in America change e-mail addresses every year, losing about half the relationships they had set up with people that communicate with them via e-mail. Joining Veteran.com is a great way to maintain your relationships with friends and former comrades in arms.”

Why Veteran.com?

• Patriotic domain name tells everyone what this site is about - U.S. Military Veterans.
• Veteran.com does not distribute your e-mail address or send unwanted promotions.
• There is no advertising at all on Veteran.com and there is no pop-up/pop-under advertising.
• Personalized profile pages where you can tell of your military and post-military achievements.
• Military Forums - where you can tell your stories and pose your questions to an audience of fellow Veterans.
• Ability to upload pictures and videos of your favorite memories.
• Veteran.com is owned and operated “by Veterans for Veterans.”
Veteran.com is based in Tampa, Florida and provides an online community for U.S. Military Veterans.  
For more information or to contact Veteran.com, visit the company’s Web site at www.veteran.com or call (813) 997-9636.
 

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