Author: Seven Step RPO
On this very special day Seven Step would like to show its deep appreciation for our brave servicemen and women who have kept this country safe from those who threaten the liberties of our homeland – the United States of America. America is the land of the brave, and home of the free. But, without our brave servicemen and women who have sacrificed their lives to protect and serve this country, America would not be the beacon of freedom that it is today.
There aren’t many places in the world where men and women – whom we have never met – will fight with their lives to safeguard the freedoms that not everyone else has, and that we sometimes take for granted – and not ask anything in return. President Kennedy once said “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” Our brave veterans of the United States military epitomize the true meaning of this statement.
This occasion also gives us the opportunity to acknowledge the contributions of the veterans we’ve had the pleasure of working with here at Seven Step. Through your knowledge, skills, and experiences you have helped drive our mission at Seven Step. We are truly grateful for your courage, and are honored to have worked alongside you. Our country is now and always will be a better place because of great men and women like you.
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