Simi Valley, CA (PRWEB) August 12, 2006
MilitaryConnection.com has launched a new area of their web site called “Military Buzz” dedicated to the military community.
The web site has been live barely six months and has had over 10 million hits, said Debbie Gregory, president of Military Connection. This new area of MilitaryConnection.com features up-to-date news from the Department of Defense’s Armed Forces Information Services as well as CENTCOM’s News articles.
The site also provides numerous columns of interest from featured writers such as General George W. Casey, Jr., commanding general Multi-National Force – Iraq, and 16-year-old Matthew Cook, founder of the Mile Long Yellow Ribbon Project to name a few.
MilitaryConnection.com offers one of the most comprehensive online directories of military resources and information featuring over 1500 pages with over 12,000 valuable links, Gregory said. MilitaryConnection.com also supports military families and encourages their clients to make direct donations to many worthy military non-profits through their Charity Connection, she said.
“We have put forth significant effort, energy and resources towards making MilitaryConnection.com the number one destination for active military, military members in transition, retirees, veterans and their families,” Gregory said.
There is no charge for military members to use any of the services offered on the site, she noted.
MilitaryConnection.com also connects top corporations with outstanding candidates who have fulfilled their military service and are seeking civilian or government employment. The web site features over 7,500 corporations in their directory of employers.
“We are also dedicated to educating clients of the untapped and excellent talent pool of military spouses,” Gregory said.
Military Connection is a strong supporter of the Department of Defense’s AmericaSupports You and the groups that are part of the program, she said. Military Buzz offers complimentary space for press releases, public service announcements, special events and newsletters for these groups to get the word out about their worthy deeds and events.
“We have always strived to be a good corporate citizen and encourage other companies, large and small, to do the same,” she said. “This company will continue to make significant efforts to support our service men and women and our nation. If your organization has an article or event to publicize, please contact us at http://www.militaryconnection.com. When the next tour is back home, it’s on MilitaryConnection.com
For more information go to http://www.militaryconnection.com or contact Debbie Gregory at 800/817-3777.