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  • HadIt.com Elder

Same thing here! Lowe's was smart to start doing that. I used my VA card last time. Hey, 10% is 10%!

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Lowes offers 10% off with a military ID. I used my pink 100% service connected ID. I will no longer shop at home depot they offer nothing for veterans.
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  • HadIt.com Elder

Before you get too hard on Home Depot........they have in place a "Veterans Hiring Initiative" in cooperation with the DOD and the VA, and have hired thousands of vets in the last 5 years.

just sayin'

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I am going to have to get a note book and write these things down. I just left Lowes about an hour ago and forgot to ask them about a veterans discount, bad memory, I just don't have it anymore. I also went to sears and bought a few things and contributed to the disabled veterans and got a gift certificate to outback steak house for the amount of the contribution, so it really didn' cost me anything. Helping a vet is my way of giving back what they did for me.

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