Veteran's Day military greeting card - Say what you mean! - Korean War
2MyHero holds several Korean War Veterans close to our heart. It's kind of a pet peeve that they get so little attention! We were so inspired by the memorial in Washington D.C., we knew we had to create a card for these special people this year!
Say what you mean! Korea Veteran's Day military greeting card just might be one of the first greeting cards telling Korean War Veteran's that we appreciate the hell they went through. We know they don't hear "thank you" much, so it's our mission to make sure they hear it now.
This military greeting card for Veteran's Day helps a milso, military family or friend express the gratitude they feel towards their loved one who served in the Korean War.
Say What you mean! Korea greeting card reads:
(front) Thank you! For your service in Korea
(inside) By "service" what I really mean is "the hell you endured".
(back) The Korean War June 25, 1950 - July 27, 1953
36,914 Americans died either in battle or from illness, injury or accidents during the conflict.
4,759 remain MIA.
You are one of the estimated 2.25 million Korean War veterans still alive.
Thank you for your service!
All cards are 2MyHero original photography and computer generated designs. Professionally printed in Portland, OR on gloss card stock that is acid-free and made in the USA.
-Finished size is 5x7 folded card, and comes with a white, square flap envelope.
*Colors may vary depending on the computer/device you preview the card on.
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