Embracing the Patriotism Surrounding Veterans Day

Embracing the Patriotism Surrounding Veterans Day

Every year on November 11, the country stands together to pay tribute to our veterans. It's a time to honor those who have served our great country and fought for our freedom. Originally beginning as Armistice Day, this was a day to honor those who died for our country and held on the day of the Armistice signing. It was later changed to Veterans Day in 1954 to honor all veterans.

Why We Celebrate Veterans Day

We celebrate Veterans Day as a way to say, "Thank you for your service!" to the brave men and women who have served in the United States military. It's a day to give collective thanks to those who put the country's needs above all else and served in uniform for the United States of America. Veterans Day is filled with free offerings and other benefits for veterans as a way to show appreciation to our prior military members as well as our current military members.

Ways to Celebrate Veterans Day

When you're wondering how to celebrate Veterans Day, the answer depends on whether you are a veteran or not. If you are a veteran, make sure to take advantage of the great deals you'll encounter around every corner. From free meals to extraordinary shopping discounts, Veterans Day specials were created with you in mind.

For those who might not be veterans but want to do their part to show appreciation for our United States veterans, there are ways to do so. You can spend Veterans Day, or any other day, volunteering at a local veterans home or offer to purchase a meal for a veteran in appreciation of all that they've done for this country.

No matter what way you choose to celebrate Veterans Day, make sure you wear your patriotic attire as you show your love for our country.

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