Savings for all of you who have so bravely served our country:
Lowe's and Home Depot offer a 10% discount with a valid military ID and Old Navy offers a 10% discount only on Mondays with a valid military ID.
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I went to Lowes in Lenoir NC and found out that a DD214 is not a valid ID for veterans except on special holidays. My home burned down and my VIC card is gone, however I had my other forms in a vault at the bank. My DD214's also state the wars that I was in. Guess veterans are only appreciated at Lowes if you have a VIC card or if its a special holiday.
Im in Winston Salem. They don't accept the DD214, and they don't accept my Disabled American Veterans life membership ID either.
In the last few years, I've bought 2 refrigerators, 1 washer, 1 dryer, 1 dishwasher, and several thousand dollars worth of door locks, electrical switches, toilets, wood trim, plywood, carpet, windows, garage door motors, paint, tools, etc.
I used to be a very loyal shopper, but I'm VERY angry about this.
There's a principle involved here. Either recognize all vets or none. Get it right Lowes!
This says Savings for all of you who have so bravely served our country...and then it states with a valid military ID.
Veterans have bravely served yet they do not have a "Military ID". Those are turned in when they are discharged. They have a DD214 but most do not carry them.
A military discount is NOT a Veterans Discount. The definition of a military ID is for: active-duty military members, retired personnel, reserves, National Guard, honorably discharged while Veterans are those who have served our country in the past.) Many business owners have thought when they advertised a “Military Discount” that would include Veterans, not realizing a “Military Discount” leaves out our Veterans.
Tulsage.com is working hard to help businesses understand and correctly advertise if they offer a "Veterans discount" to those who have served.
Military Records Request (DD-214): http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/
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