Kinko's Connects Military Families With Free Web Access
Press release from the issuing company
DALLAS, March 24 -- Recent news reports estimate that a quarter million U.S. military personnel are currently stationed in the Middle East. To help service members keep in touch with their loved ones, Kinko's today announced a new "Military Family Support Program." Through the program, Kinko's U.S. locations are donating 30 minutes of free high-speed Internet access to help immediate family members stay in touch with those stationed overseas.
"Caring for our communities is one of Kinko's Core Values. When we heard how many of our neighbors are away from their families, we naturally wanted to find a way to help," said Susan B. Parks, Kinko's executive vice president of operations. "Kinko's is delighted to provide rental computer time and Internet access -- both free of charge -- to help military families keep connected."
Interested customers are invited to visit any Kinko's with their military ID or other identifying information. To find the nearest location, visit www.kinkos.com or call 1-800-2-KINKOS.
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