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December 31st, 2008

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ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY/VETERANS BEWARE OF FALSE RADIO SPONSORSHIP OFFER!

October 13th, 2014

For the two second overview, click here to read online complaints about Radio Accounting Service!

Fraud Alert!!!!
Radio Sponsorship


ACTIVE DUTY
MILITARY/VETERANS BEWARE OF RADIO SPONSORSHIP LIE
Radio Sponsorship of Various Veterans Shows (Hiring Veterans)

Several members have brought to our attention that they have been contacted by RAI – Radio Accounting Service out of Chicago (773 area code) claiming to have a “partnership with VOB” or are working together with “Veteran Owned Business (.com)” to offer “special promotional opportunities” to sponsor various “welcome back veterans” or “help hire veterans” programs now or during the holidays.

THIS CLAIM IS ABSOLUTELY FALSE! We have never spoken with said “business” and would NEVER give them permission to use our name as a way to prey on military veterans in order to line their own pockets!  In fact, we have never given out or sold any member’s information… ever!

Slick sales people talk about sponsoring a local radio station's program about "hiring veterans" or "helping homeless veterans" or "helping active duty military transitioning out" or anything else they think you want to hear to get your hard earned money.

Slick sales people talk about sponsoring a local radio station’s program about “hiring veterans” or “helping homeless veterans” or “helping active duty military transitioning out” or anything else they think you want to hear to get your hard earned money.

We’ve gotten direct confirmation that some slick radio sales business “raichicago .com” “Radio Advertising Inc” “Radio Accounting Service Inc.” out of Chicago (773 area code) is falsely claiming to have a partnership with Veteran Owned Business .com, VOB, Veteran Owned Business Project, etc.  Click here to read complaints online about this company.

THIS CLAIM IS ABSOLUTELY FALSE! Once again: we have NEVER spoken to said business and would NEVER allow a bunch of slick sales people (who will clearly lie to you to make a sale) any authority to use our name to try and trick veterans into buying into their so called veteran sponsorship programs.

We strongly suggest all members take immediate action to cancel anything you’ve done with said business. A sales pitch saying they are working with us makes the foundation of their entire pitch an absolute lie!

One of several emails we’ve received from a VOB member (yes they were able to successfully cancel): “I’m not sure how to get this out but would like to give others a heads up.    www. raichicago. com / Radio Advertising Inc / Radio Accounting Service Inc. has contacted me two years in a row. Last year, I found out the station they were selling adds for did not play in my area. This year they got me with a sports station AM 1230 – I’m thinking Cumberland MD – local station – Great.  I agreed & now I’ve got the paper work and the station is out of Eastern PA over 250 miles away.   I’ve politely requested the add be cancelled today … hope that goes ok (10/14/2014 update: yes they were able to successfully cancel). They run these Hire Vets programs that sound great – I just want others to know to be careful. They don’t send anything in the mail and ask you to decide on the spot while on the phone.”

More details on this radio business’ fraudulent pitch:
They are pitching sponsorship for a program about hiring veterans (or helping homeless veterans, helping transitioning veterans… or anything else to get your hard earned $). Members have told us they hear a pitch over the phone. Paperwork only comes after the ad has run (aka they are on the hook for $xxx). No matter what somebody is trying to sell you, there’s no deal too good that you have to give a verbal commitment over the phone without documentation. Please be very careful. It sounds like this “business” is trying to use veterans to try to line their pockets.

We continue to hear stories about people being charged various fees for said radio ads where their accounts/credit cards are being automatically charged!!!!!! Don’t let this happen to you! Please feel free to contact us if you believe a person/persons/business is trying to sell you something with the false claim to either be associated with or endorsed by the Veteran Owned Business Project. Once again, we never give out or sell any member’s information!

Here’s a list of what our members have told is how they operate:

  1. you get a phone call from a (773) area code (out of Chicago) stating they were given your business as one that supports veterans.
  2. they mention some radio station in your area (making it sound like they work there even though they mispronounce your town/county/area etc) that is running a program helping veterans find jobs (or homeless veterans or anything they think you want to hear).
  3. They mention something about having a partnership with Veteran Owned Business. (or VOB, Veteran Owned Business Directory, etc.) like they work directly with us (which is an absolute lie).
  4. They throw in a bunch of stuff about “we know you are a big supporter of veterans”.
  5. They get you to listen to a short message “in support of veterans” they say their DJ’s are waiting to share with their audience.  It’s a script where they insert your name and your business’ name.  They may mention your town/city/county/area (once again told they mispronounce it showing they clearly aren’t in your area).
  6. They pitch it to run for a week ($240 plus or minus) or for two weeks ($620 plus or minus).
  7. They tell you there’s a ton of businesses that want that spot to try and get you to give them a verbal commitment over the phone.
  8. Most we’ve heard from don’t hear anything but get a bill or even worse… their credit cards automatically charged.

Please contact VOB if you feel you have been taken in by their lies.

Once again Veteran Owned Business Project (VeteranOwnedBusiness.com/VOB) HAS NOT GIVEN “raichicago .com” “Radio Advertising Inc” “Radio Accounting Service Inc.” out of Chicago (773 area code) any endorsement or authority to contact our members.  Any deal you do with them if they mentioned our name is based on a lie and should be handled accordingly!

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Here’s some things we suggest you do if you feel you have been ripped off by this company (or with any company selling a product or service):

  1. Contact your Better Business Bureau
  2. Contact your state Attorney General’s Office
  3. Contact Illinois’ State Attorney General’s Office (here’s the link to file a claim): https://ccformsubmission.ilattorneygeneral.net/
  4. Contact an attorney
  5. Leave feedback online (Google the name of the company and things like “fraud” or “scam”)
  6. Contact your credit card company
  7. Contact your bank
  8. Contact your local Chamber of Commerce for recommendations

Lastly, be sure to join nearly 270,000 fellow Veteran Owned Business supporters on Facebook to be kept up to date on this post as well as other potential scams.

Happy 239th Birthday United States NAVY!

October 13th, 2014

us-navy-birthday-2014On Friday, October 13, 1775, meeting in Philadelphia, the Continental Congress voted to fit out two sailing vessels, armed with ten carriage guns, as well as swivel guns, and manned by crews of eighty, and to send them out on a cruise of three months to intercept transports carrying munitions and stores to the British army in America. This was the original legislation out of which the Continental Navy grew and as such constitutes the birth certificate of the navy.


To understand the momentous significance of the decision to send two armed vessels to sea under the authority of the Continental Congress, we need to review the strategic situation in which it was made and to consider the political struggle that lay behind it.

Americans first took up arms in the spring of 1775, not to sever their relationship with the king, but to defend their rights within the British Empire. By the autumn of 1775, the British North American colonies from Maine to Georgia were in open rebellion. Royal governments had been thrust out of many colonial capitals and revolutionary governments put in their places. The Continental Congress had assumed some of the responsibilities of a central government for the colonies, created a Continental Army, issued paper money for the support of the troops, and formed a committee to negotiate with foreign countries. Continental forces captured Fort Ticonderoga on Lake Champlain and launched an invasion of Canada.

In October 1775 the British held superiority at sea, from which they threatened to stop up the colonies’ trade and to wreak destruction on seaside settlements. In response, a few of the states had commissioned small fleets of their own for defense of local waters. Congress had not yet authorized privateering. Some in Congress worried about pushing the armed struggle too far, hoping that reconciliation with the mother country was still possible.

Yet, a small coterie of men in Congress had been advocating a Continental Navy from the outset of armed hostilities. Foremost among these men was John Adams, of Massachusetts. For months, he and a few others had been agitating in Congress for the establishment of an American fleet. They argued that a fleet would defend the seacoast towns, protect vital trade, retaliate against British raiders, and make it possible to seek out among neutral nations of the world the arms and stores that would make resistance possible.

Still, the establishment of a navy seemed too bold a move for some of the timid men in Congress. Some southerners agreed that a fleet would protect and secure the trade of New England but denied that it would that of the southern colonies. Most of the delegates did not consider the break with England as final and feared that a navy implied sovereignty and independence. Others thought a navy a hasty and foolish challenge to the mightiest fleet the world had seen. The most the pro-navy men could do was to get Congress to urge each colony to fit out armed vessels for the protection of their coasts and harbors.

Then, on 3 October, Rhode Island’s delegates laid before Congress a bold resolution for the building and equipping of an American fleet, as soon as possible. When the motion came to the floor for debate, Samuel Chase, of Maryland, attacked it, saying it was “the maddest Idea in the World to think of building an American Fleet.” Even pro-navy members found the proposal too vague. It lacked specifics and no one could tell how much it would cost.

If Congress was yet unwilling to embrace the idea of establishing a navy as a permanent measure, it could be tempted by short-term opportunities. Fortuitously, on 5 October, Congress received intelligence of two English brigs, unarmed and without convoy, laden with munitions, leaving England bound for Quebec. Congress immediately appointed a committee to consider how to take advantage of this opportunity. Its members were all New Englanders and all ardent supporters of a navy. They recommended first that the governments of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut be asked to dispatch armed vessels to lay in wait to intercept the munitions ships; next they outlined a plan for the equipping by Congress of two armed vessels to cruise to the eastward to intercept any ships bearing supplies to the British army. Congress let this plan lie on the table until 13 October, when another fortuitous event occurred in favor of the naval movement. A letter from General Washington was read in Congress in which he reported that he had taken under his command, at Continental expense, three schooners to cruise off Massachusetts to intercept enemy supply ships. The commander in chief had preempted members of Congress reluctant to take the first step of fitting out warships under Continental authority. Since they already had armed vessels cruising in their name, it was not such a big step to approve two more. The committee’s proposal, now appearing eminently reasonable to the reluctant members, was adopted.


The Continental Navy grew into an important force. Within a few days, Congress established a Naval Committee charged with equipping a fleet. This committee directed the purchasing, outfitting, manning, and operations of the first ships of the new navy, drafted subsequent naval legislation, and prepared rules and regulations to govern the Continental Navy’s conduct and internal administration.

Over the course of the War of Independence, the Continental Navy sent to sea more than fifty armed vessels of various types. The navy’s squadrons and cruisers seized enemy supplies and carried correspondence and diplomats to Europe, returning with needed munitions. They took nearly 200 British vessels as prizes, some off the British Isles themselves, contributing to the demoralization of the enemy and forcing the British to divert warships to protect convoys and trade routes. In addition, the navy provoked diplomatic crises that helped bring France into the war against Great Britain. The Continental Navy began the proud tradition carried on today by our United States Navy, and whose birthday we celebrate each year in October.

Potential SDVOSB/VOB Government Bids – 10/7/2014

October 7th, 2014

Here’s a recent list of RFPs, RFIs, Pre-Solicitations and more from Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps.gov). These are for various products and services for many government agencies. Many of these are set-asides for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOSB/DVBE) and includes bids for technology services, PBX maintenance,  pavement repairs, fence installation,  construction as well as various parts and products.

SDVOSB and Veteran Owned Small Business Bids

 

Title:                 GSA PBX Maintenance Support Services
Sol. #:                ID07120022
Agency:                General Services Administration
Office:                Federal Acquisition Service (FAS)
Location:              Acquisition Operations Division/Network Services Division (7QFA)
Posted On:             Oct 07, 2014 10:27 am
Current Type:          Combined Synopsis/Solicitation / Cancelled
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Base Posting Date:     Oct 07, 2014 10:01 am
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/notices/2b630ea08e9f0cf9477cd182aae83299

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Title:                 Y–Repairs to pedestrian pavement at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery committal shelters
Sol. #:                VA78614R0389
Agency:                Department of Veterans Affairs
Office:                VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division
Location:              Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration
Posted On:             Oct 07, 2014 10:18 am
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/VA/VANCA/VANCA/VA78614R0389/listing.html

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Title:                 25–PARTS KIT,SHOE BRAK
Sol. #:                SPE7L315T0683
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 07, 2014 9:24 am
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7L315T0683/listing.html

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Title:                 C–AE – INSTALL PERIMETER FENCE Project No. 573-15-601
Sol. #:                VA24815R0002
Agency:                Department of Veterans Affairs
Office:                Tampa VAMC
Location:              James A. Haley Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Posted On:             Oct 07, 2014 9:13 am
Current Type:          Presolicitation (Modified)
Base Type:             Presolicitation
Base Posting Date:     Oct 06, 2014 2:51 pm
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/VA/TaVAMC673/TaVAMC673/VA24815R0002/listing.html

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Title:                 41–Dry Ice (Fayetteville, AR)
Sol. #:                VA25615Q0001
Agency:                Department of Veterans Affairs
Office:                Shreveport VAMC
Location:              Overton Brooks Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Posted On:             Oct 07, 2014 8:44 am
Current Type:          Combined Synopsis/Solicitation (Modified)
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Base Posting Date:     Oct 06, 2014 3:49 pm
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/VA/ShVAMC/VAMCLAOBrooks/VA25615Q0001/listing.html

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Title:                 H–Testing of Boiler Controls
Sol. #:                VA24414Q1812
Agency:                Department of Veterans Affairs
Office:                Coatesville VAMC
Location:              Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Posted On:             Oct 07, 2014 7:49 am
Current Type:          Presolicitation (Modified)
Base Type:             Presolicitation
Base Posting Date:     Sep 26, 2014 8:58 am
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/VA/CoVAMC542/CoVAMC542/VA24414Q1812/listing.html

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Title:                 31–BEARING, ROLLER, CYLIN
Sol. #:                SPE4A615T0562
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Aviation – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 5:17 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR-BSM/SPE4A615T0562/listing.html

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Title:                 59–RELAY,ELECTROMAGNET
Sol. #:                SPE7M515T0291
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 5:17 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7M515T0291/listing.html

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Title:                 25–UNIVERSAL JOINT,VEH
Sol. #:                SPE7L315T0668
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 4:19 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7L315T0668/listing.html

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Title:                 43–FILTER ELEMENT,FLUI
Sol. #:                SPE7M215T0137
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 4:18 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7M215T0137/listing.html

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Title:                 17–SLING,AIRCRAFT MAIN
Sol. #:                SPE8EF15T0064
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Troop Support – Medical – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 3:18 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCP-M-BSM/SPE8EF15T0064/listing.html

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Title:                 Y–Construct Surface Parking & Repair Existing Parking/Roads (Phase 1)
Sol. #:                VA24614B1275
Agency:                Department of Veterans Affairs
Office:                Hampton VAMC
Location:              Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 1:25 pm
Base Type:             Presolicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/VA/HaVAMC/VAMCCO80220/VA24614B1275/listing.html

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Title:                 C–(A/E Design) Expand 10A CLC ESTABLISH/CLARIFY DUE DATE FOR RESPONSES
Sol. #:                VA24715R0001
Agency:                Department of Veterans Affairs
Office:                Columbia (SC) VAMC
Location:              William Jennings Bryan Dorn Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 12:43 pm
Current Type:          Presolicitation (Modified)
Base Type:             Presolicitation
Base Posting Date:     Oct 03, 2014 1:18 pm
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/VA/CSCVAMC/WJBDDVAMC/VA24715R0001/listing.html

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Title:                 53–STRAP,RETAINING
Sol. #:                SPE5EK15T0309
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Troop Support – Construction & Equipment – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 12:19 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCP-I-BSM/SPE5EK15T0309/listing.html

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Title:                 66–COMPENSATOR,LIQUID
Sol. #:                SPE4A615T0482
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Aviation – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 12:18 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR-BSM/SPE4A615T0482/listing.html

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Title:                 47–COUPLING HALF,QUICK
Sol. #:                SPE7M315T0161
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 12:18 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7M315T0161/listing.html

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Title:                 47–SWING JOINT,TUBE
Sol. #:                SPE7M315T0162
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 12:18 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7M315T0162/listing.html

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Title:                 59–SYNCHRO,TRANSMITTER
Sol. #:                SPE7M515T0278
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 12:17 pm
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7M515T0278/listing.html

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Title:                 B–ASBESTOS AND LEAD SURVEY
Sol. #:                VA24814Q1724
Agency:                Department of Veterans Affairs
Office:                VA Miami Health Care System
Location:              Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Health Care System
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 11:10 am
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/VA/MiVAMC/VAMCCO80220/VA24814Q1724/listing.html

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Title:                 61–MOTOR,DIRECT CURREN
Sol. #:                SPE7M915T0660
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 10:18 am
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7M915T0660/listing.html

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Title:                 10–BRUSH,CLEANING,SMALL
Sol. #:                SPE7L415T0187
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 9:18 am
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7L415T0187/listing.html

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Title:                 66–DETECTOR KIT,GAS
Sol. #:                SPE7MC15T0332
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Land and Maritime – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 9:18 am
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCC-BSM/SPE7MC15T0332/listing.html

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Title:                 42–STEAMBLOCK GLOVE
Sol. #:                SPE8EH15T0072
Agency:                Defense Logistics Agency
Office:                DLA Acquisition Locations
Location:              DLA Troop Support – Medical – BSM
Posted On:             Oct 06, 2014 8:17 am
Base Type:             Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Link:                  https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCP-M-BSM/SPE8EH15T0072/listing.html

 

Recovering Warrior Employment Conference – 10/14/2014

October 6th, 2014

Wounded Warrior Project

Date: Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM (EDT)
Location: Back Bay Event Center, 180 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116

Join Hiring Our Heroes and Wounded Warrior Project® for a two-day employment conference. On October 14, registered participants will attend an employment workshops focused on interviewing skills, networking techniques, and benefits planning. Attendees will have the opportunity for one-on-one consultations with human resource professionals. To learn more and register, visit the Hiring Our Heroes Boston event page.

Expected Participants: Wounded Warrior Project Alumni, Caregivers, and stakeholders.

 

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8th Annual Women Veterans Information Conference 10/24/2014

October 3rd, 2014

8th Annual Women Veterans Information Conference

VA Greater Los Angeles Domiciliary in collaboration with The Woman Veterans unity group with AMVETS post 116 & Aux #116

Presents 

8th Annual Women Veterans Information Conference

“whole woman, healthy woman; mind body & soul”

Date:
October 24, 2014


Time:
10:00 am- 3:30 pm Place

Address:
11301 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles California 90073

Place: Building 500
Multi-purpose room #1281

Please Register on:  http://womenveteransconference.eventbrite.com 

For more info contact

 Ann Duson: vetwomenunity@hotmail.com

Caretha Mitchell: Caretha Mitchell@va.gov