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...t 20% in rolled in some type of educational training at any given time. About haft are using their educational benefits with 25% having used up their Benefits. The 25% that are trying to put themselves through school are my target client. Mr. Belke says that they place news paper adds every quarter and the local radio station runs adds also but most of the veterans that responds to them are hearing about them from word of mouth. I have looked at how most of the veterans learn of it and I am looking to start a campaign to have every Veteran that comes into the office to please tell not just their friends that are Veterans but any that they meet in their everyday life. Also I would like to see posters and billboards around the county stating that all veterans should register with their local veterans office and the county hall of records with their discharge papers.
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