Operation Pocket Field Pillow (PFP)

Our friends at Buildasign.com are wonderful!

Posted on: October 18, 2009

We love to see Americans support our Troops – and we ran into a company that deserves to be noticed for their support. Buildasign.com, headquartered in Austin, Texas, offers discounts to military families for large, vinyl banners to welcome our troops home. We found their site, and within minutes using their simple point-and-click web site, created a beautiful 3′ x 6′ banner to welcome our Soldier when he comes home in January.

Not only that, but they did it for free. They volunteered to make up to 20,000 banners for families to welcome home their troop. And they do it all for free.

They charged us no setup fee, put our Soldier’s picture on the banner, along with big, bold, bright letters. We gladly paid them to put grommets in the corners, and we can hang it in our yard (and on the flight line when his plane lands!) with no worries of wind or rain.

These folks are something else. They can create just about anything you can think of, in just about any size, with just about any text — from magnets to aluminum signs to license plates. They do it really good, and they do it really fast!

 From our military family here to the family at Buildasign.com — Thank You!


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Operation PFP is made possible in part by my small business, Just For Baby Gifts, donations of ACU by the Carlisle Finishing Plant, fleece donated by Polartec, supplies donated by Brother International, and by the untold hours of work by hundreds of proud and grateful American volunteers.

...til they all come home
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