Join Greenlight A Vet to Show You Support to Our Veterans

Steve Masterson
co-owner of Waste Masters Solutions
 

America’s veterans deserve our appreciation and need our support. They are proud and brave men and women who have served to make this country what it is. Please join the ‘Green Light a Vet’ campaign by changing one light to green as a symbol of your support.

Greenlight A Vet is a campaign to establish visible national support for American veterans. When veterans return home from service, the invisibility they face as they transition to civilian life can make them feel more camouflaged than ever.

The Greenlight A Vet campaign gives Americans an avenue to express the support that our veterans deserve. People can participate through simple gestures like changing one light to green or sharing support on social media.

Help Us Get the Word Out

Also, visit the Greenlight a Vet website to add your support to the online campaign. Each click will be represented by a beacon at the Veteran’s Day Parade in New York City on Sunday, November 11, 2018. Share this video on Facebook and Twitter.

Show American Veterans Support Year Round:

  • Hire a Veteran
  • Offer Veteran Discounts
  • Mentor a Veteran
  • Volunteer at Local Veterans Centers
  • Donate Goods
  • Raise Awareness on Social Media
  • Change Your Porch Light to Green

#greenlightavet

Waste Masters Solutions is proud to show support to America’s Veterans and we challenge Delawareans state wide to join the ‘Greenlight a Vet’ campaign today! Take a picture of your green light and post it to all your social media channels using the hashtag #greenlightavet and be sure to share it on our Facebook page.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

An Air Force veteran from Texas, Steve Masterson co-founded Waste Masters Solutions. Waste Masters services the tri-state area with commercial and industrial waste minimization, recycling and waste removal services. Steve is proud of his dedicated team, capable of handling large companies from PBF Refineries and 3M to the local businesses and small entrepreneurs, which he believes are the lifeline of our country. Waste Masters is large enough to get the job done, small enough to care.

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