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The U.S. Marine Corp. Veterans buyers list allows you to market to military personnel who once proudly served in the Marine Corp. These veteran soldiers and officers served the required four years of service or retired after twenty years or more with full military benefits and pensions. These Marine veterans served their country dutifully during peacetime as well as times of war and conflict.
The United States celebrates the sacrifices these servicemen and women made for their country. These retired Marine Corp personnel are honored on Veteran’s Day with parades, public speeches, and special recognition programs through schools. Many individuals will pay tribute and recognize Marine Corp Veterans on Memorial Day who have passed on and are laid to rest in military cemeteries. Veterans held various ranks such as Private first Class, Corporal, Sergeant, Gunnery Sergeant, Chief Warrant Officer, Lieutenant, Captain, Major, Colonel, and Brigadier General. These brave and proud veterans saw combat during World War I and II, Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Gulf War, Somalia, Kosovo, Dessert Storm, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Retired or discharged Marine Corp. veterans are provided services and assistance through government programs. They will seek medical care through the VA hospital, homeownership with VA loans, disability assistance, job assistance, and counseling services for post traumatic stress syndrome. Many war heroes and soldiers returned from combat with severe wounds and injuries such as amputated limbs and learned to become self sufficient through training and assistance programs. These individuals are both men and women who held job titles such as Infantry, Field Artillery, Engineer, Operational Communications, Linguist, Motor Transport, Data Systems, Ammunitions, Tank and Assault, Traffic Management, and Command and Control. Several Marine veterans returned to college or trade school to obtain a degree or job certification once they left the Corp. They pursued occupations and careers in Business Communications, Engineering, IT, Manufacturing, Logistics, and law enforcement. Veteran military personnel and their families purchase the items they need for daily living and maintaining a household. They purchase items such as housing, automobiles, automobile insurance, clothing, grooming and hygiene products, health care insurance, vitamins and supplements, home furnishings and decor, cookware, grocery and food items, cell phones, computer hardware, and computer software. Veterans also like to show their patriotism and purchase patriotic Marine Corp. and military history items such as military apparel, United States flags, commemorative Corp. memorabilia, posters, coffee mugs, home décor statues, hats, bumper stickers, clocks, throw pillows, books, artwork, cases, and patriotic jewelry.
The U.S. Marine Corp Veterans buyers list is the ideal list for retailers, patriotic gift suppliers, investment brokers, insurance providers, automobile manufacturers, apparel stores, home décor providers, credit card issuers, magazine publications, electronics manufacturers, software providers, real estate agencies, mental health organizations, disability assistance providers, housing assistance programs, and on-going education providers.
Purchase Item Housing Automobiles Automobile Insurance Clothing Grooming and Hygiene Products Health Care Insurance Vitamins and Supplements Home Furnishings and Decor Cookware Grocery and Food Items,Cell Phones Computer Hardware Computer Software Military Apparel United States Flags Commemorative Corp. memorabilia Posters Coffee Mugs Home Décor Statues Hats Bumper Stickers Clocks Throw Pillows Books Artwork Cases Patriotic Jewelry. Market Dealer Retailers Patriotic gift suppliers Investment brokers Insurance providers Automobile manufacturers Apparel stores Home décor providers Credit card issuers Magazine Publications Electronics Manufacturers Software providers Real estate agencies Mental health organizations Disability Assistance providers Housing assistance programs On-going education providers