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August 7th – Join us for Brad Avery, of GRAMMY- winning and multi-Platinum-certified Christian rock band Third Day and his friend Scott Thomas. They have co-penned “Thank You,” a song that expresses gratitude to the troops for their sacrifice.

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We are so excited to welcome Brad, Scott and our USAA expert to the show!

Join us LIVE at a special time of 12pmET!

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Show Details:

August 7th – Tuesday
12pm ET
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Also joining us USAA Financial Planner J.J. Montanaro. J.J. shares with us the importance of starting early when saving our kids college funds and more.

Additional details on the song “Thank You”:

You can download the song and all proceeds go to wounded troops and their families.

The song has been selected by “A Million Thanks” as their official theme song. As you might recall Shauna Fleming, the founder, was a guest on Navy Wife Radio back in May.

The song was inspired by a soldier who Scott Thomas (co-writer) met at the airport. The soldier was departing for Fallujah after a two week visit with his family in the U.S. After a moving conversation, Scott felt led to reach out in some way. Wanting to do something positive with all the negative news coverage of the war, he and his good friend, Brad Avery, put their thoughts and feelings to music.

“We also hope to invite others to express their thanks verbally and through random acts of kindness to soldiers and their families,” shares Avery.

Although they use the word “soldiers”, “Thank You” could be said for all troops with boots on ground and in support of the GWOT.

Be sure to take a listen and download the song.

http://www.amillionthanks.org

http://www.myspace.com/wanttothankyou
From their myspace page: “Scott and I really wanted to write something that would encourage the veterans, troops and their families. We are sooo grateful for their continued sacrifice….”

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