Ino wrote:That is why I think an updated version of the post from Nov 24, 2009 would be good so it shows the calendar cover and a description of what it benefits when you click share and people would know what it is about without having to read additional comments or going to the fan page to figure it out. I am sure people will assume the proceeds go to the dogs if I share it as it shows up now and I am sure more of my army friends would crosspost if they know that the calendar helps military kids. I know that comes out sounding wrong, but what I mean is I know soldiers see how kids react during pre/post deployment and it tugs at the heart strings of soldiers with or without kids when you see it first hand (it always got to me seeing the kids/spouses come running up to their loved ones when we returned from a deployment, eventhough I was single without kids....it was a happy moment to witness) and they are more likely to crosspost if they know that it benefits operation hug a hero. Just the word operation usually gets a soldiers attention.
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