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Atlanta Falcons Mascot Helps Spread Holiday Appreciation to the Military

What better time to give back and show your appreciation to the military than during the holidays? NFL mascot Freddie the Falcon has teamed up with the First Lady of Georgia, Sandra Deal, to make an impact this season. This Holiday for Heroes program was started 10 years ago by the American Red Cross. Atlanta movers from All My Sons Moving & Storage agree this is a great way to not only support the troops, but also to give back a little bit during the season.

The holidays are often a time when those separated from their loved ones feel a bit more down than usual when being away from their families. Our soldiers and military members have consciously given up time with their friends and family to ensure that the rest of us are kept save and are able to celebrate the holidays. The American Red Cross has been ensuring that these service members do not go unnoticed during the holidays.

Follow Freddie the Falcon’s lead and get on board with sending some love to the military and service members of America. Send one card or many to spread thanks, appreciation, and encouragement to service members. You can keep your letters broad, so most receivers can relate. Do not hold back to add a personal story about yourself or your family. Writing to a service member about how they have influenced you or your family goes a long way. An inspirational message or genuine words of thanks will make all the difference to a military member this holiday season.

Showing appreciation to the military is something that every American should get behind. Atlanta movers acknowledge that this is a great way for people of all ages to get involved, give back, and to always remember not to take things for granted.

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