On Veterans Day, people want to show their respect and support to those who risked their lives in the service, not that you shouldn’t do that all year anyway. Business and companies offer discounts and freebies for those who served, for example. In the age of social media, even if you do not have someone to thank personally, you can still send a message of solidarity to the world. On Twitter, for example, people are using the hashtag, #ThankAVeteran to offer their gratitude to those who served.
Let’s see how different people want to give thanks!
Some gave ALL for our Freedom! pic.twitter.com/52jmT8pXuZ
— 🇺🇸Lady De’Plorable🇺🇸 (@LadyRedWave) November 11, 2017
— Kris (@MizzKriss1013) November 11, 2017
— Women for Trump (@WomenforTrump) November 11, 2017
To all the Men,Women, who have served, are serving or are going to serve, #thankyou Thank you for everything you do for our freedom. #VeteransDay 🇱🇷 #RemembranceDay 🇨🇦 #ThankAVeteran #freedom #LestWeForget
— corey ereaut (@coreyereaut) November 11, 2017
— Lisa (@javamama3) November 11, 2017
— SeaHerAdventures (@SeaHerAdventure) November 11, 2017
There are’t words big enough, a hug strong enough or a smile wide enough. All I can do is say “thank you“. Veterans, you’re our heroes, you’re in my thoughts, you’re in my prayers, you have my gratitude for all that you have done. ❤️🇺🇸💙 #ThankAVeteran pic.twitter.com/nnu8lImRxV
— Wendy (@wendycbrooks) November 11, 2017
— Andi Wilson (@Aandigram) November 11, 2017
— HomeGrown Brewing Co (@HGBrewCo) November 11, 2017
— Lynn (@LynnMil03495111) November 11, 2017