Vets this video is for you…
As the creator US Veteran Group on Linkedin and a proud Navy veteran, I am always looking to support our troops and veterans. I so a lot of celebrity interviews and whenever I get a chance I ask for a shout out for the vets and troops.
Here are the celebs:
- Adrian Paul – Highlander
- Barry Kerch – Drummer Shinedown
- Bruce Boxlightner
- Buzz Aldrin – Astronaut
- Edwin Hodge – Red Dawn
- Ernie Hudson
- Gary Busey
- James Van Der Beek
- Joanna Cassidy
- Kent Shocknek – CBS News Anchor Los Angeles
- Lorretta Divine – Greys Anatomy
- Magic Johnson
- Marilou Henner
- Nick Young – The Clippers
- Peter Jason
- Robert Wuhl
- Sharon Gless
- Steven Webber
- Stuart Pankin
- Warren Sapp
This video is just a few of the many I have done. I hope to release a lot more soon.
Vets we love you…. You should have a week or a month, not a day.
Please share this with as many as you can and have a wonderful Veterans Day.
US Veteran Group on Linkedin
US Veteran Group on Facebook
Special Thanks goes to…
Norby Walters – Night of 100 Stars
Alfred Music – NAMM Show
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As the founder of a few groups on LinkedIn, I get to meet some great people and do so some great things.
My U.S. Veteran group on LinkedIn has over 9000 members and I have the fun and blessing of being able to send a thank you message every Veterans Day to thousands of veterans.
Every once in awhile the site helps vets find jobs or resources to help them through some very tough times. It is truely a great feeling to know that I may have a small part in helping a vet in need.
Today was very cool as I received a letter from LinkedIn letting me know that my US Veteran Group had been mentioned in their blog and a press release. My hope is that US Veteran gets a big boost in membership so we can become a force for good in getting veterans the help and respect they deserve.
Here are the Links… Please share them, Tweet them, Digg them and whatever else you know to do.
You could help us help a vet.
As US Navy veteran I am proud of my service and as a citizen of this great country I am proud of the men who put their life on the line for my freedom.