The Blessings Banner Launches to Post Free Messages to Our Troops to Thank Them for Their Service

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The Blessings Banner is a new web site created to thank members of our armed services serving far away from home by providing users with the chance to post a message to them for free. It is available to anyone with Web access. Visitors to the site can both post and read the messages to the troops. The troops also will be able to read the messages online. Eventually, the postings will be printed onto a banner and delivered to the troops overseas.

We hope everyone will post a message of thanks to our troops, and help spread-the-word so our troops know their service is appreciated.

The Blessings Banner is a new web site created to thank members of our armed services serving far away from home by providing users with the chance to post a message to them for free. The link for the site is:
Blessings Banner.

The site and banner has been created by Windy City Novelties, Inc., a leading US-supplier of glow products, party goods and custom banners, as a way of showing the company's support for our troops.

"We've been wanting to do something to show our support of the troops for a while," explains Ron Gilley, co-founder and executive vice president of Windy City Novelties, Inc. "We're a novelty, party goods and glow products company. What can we do that will really make a difference? Then it came to us, we make custom banners too! And a banner can be a giant message carrier."

Visitors to The Blessing Banner can create their own personal message to our troops. As the messages are collected, they are posted to the online version of the banner and are available for members of the armed services and all site visitors to read. Eventually, the banner will be printed and distributed to US troops deployed overseas.

"We're working on the details of how we will deliver the actual printed banners to the troops and will announce the details on the site," says Ron. "The most important thing right now is to get the word out about the banner to remind people of our troops risking their lives overseas, and to let the troops read the messages online on the electronic banner."

"We want to collect tens of thousands of messages on this banner so our troops know they are in everyone's minds and hearts," concludes Ron Gilley. "We hope everyone will post a message of thanks to our troops, and help spread-the-word so our troops know their service is appreciated."

For additional information about the banner's sponsor, Windy City Novelties, located in Vernon Hills, Illinois, a northwest suburb of Chicago, please visit: Windy City Novelties.

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