Wear Red On Fridays To Support Deployed Service Members

Wear Red On Fridays To Support Deployed Service Members

January 08, 2016

Wear Red On Fridays To Support Deployed Service Members

The Veterans charity, Healing Heroes Network, is helping to encourage Americans to support service members who are deployed overseas by wearing the color red on Fridays!

Healing Heroes Network has released a line of Red T-Shirts, to encourage citizens to wear red on Friday. Check out their RED Friday Merchandise here: Red Friday Merchandise

RED Shirt Friday was created to remind businesses, schools, and American citizens to show support for our deployed US Military. "Remember Everyone Deployed" by wearing red each and every Friday, until all the troops come home.

RED is an acronym that stands for Remember Everyone Deployed. R.E.D. Friday was created to remind people of our heroes overseas and show that we are thinking of them. People across the country wear red every Friday to serve as a reminder and spread the message of how important it is that we keep our troops in our thoughts.

Wearing RED T-Shirts on Fridays sends a strong message to deployed service members and their families. If we all share this movement with acquaintances, coworkers, friends, and family, it won't be long before the entire country is covered in RED!

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2 Responses

Laurel Pendexter
Laurel Pendexter

July 31, 2016

InIn honor of my nephew who is currently deployed and my son in law who has returned home safe.

Laurel Pendexter
Laurel Pendexter

July 31, 2016

InIn honor of my nephew who is currently deployed and my son in law who has returned home safe.

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