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Posts Tagged ‘Hashtags4Heroes’

Memorial Day on Twitter: The Good, the Great and the Tasteless

Twitter is abuzz with Memorial Day chatter.

There are mostly remembrances and respectful tweets, sprinkled with a few jokes about sales and (at least) one place attaching it to a marketing  campaign. There’s always one, isn’t there?

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This Memorial Day, Put Your Military Hero In The Spotlight With Hashtags4Heroes

Celebrities and other Twitterati can reign supreme every other day, but if you have a loved one who has served (or is serving now) in the military, Hashtags4Heroes wants to help your special someone take center stage this Memorial Day.

How?

All you have to do is tweet a photo of your military hero, past or present, along with the #HT4H hashtag and you’ll see his/her photo and story spotlighted on the Hashtags4Heroes wall.

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Share Gratitude For Veterans On Twitter With #HT4H

Want to show your gratitude for veterans outside of the one day they’re officially recognized this month?

Join Raytheon’s Hashtag4Heroes effort “and send messages of support through Twitter using the #HT4H hashtag.”

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Donate Unused Twitter Characters To #Hashtags4Heroes To Help Wounded Soldiers

Do you use all 140 characters available to you in every tweet? Of course not. What if we told you that you could put those unused characters to good use? Well, hold on to your hat – because you can.

In honor of National Military Appreciation Month,  check out Hashtags4Heroes, an ingenious campaign designed to raise awareness and advocacy for the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) and the servicemen and women it supports.
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