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Harper Studios offers free gifts

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Harper Studios, 111 W. National Ave., Brazil, recently announced it will offer free Christmas gifts to all World War II and Korean War veterans.

The studio will photograph any and all veterans of World War II and Korea free of charge and will give each veteran one free 8-by-10 color photograph as a keepsake.

Tony Harper, owner of Harper Studios, is a veteran of the Vietnam War. His father, Jack, was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. In addition, two uncles, John Portemont Jr. (United States Marines) and Noel "Junior" Lindsay (United States Navy) were veterans of World War II and a brother, Jack, served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War.

"As a family, we have proudly served our country in three wars," Tony said. "This is my way of saying, 'Thank you,' to all veterans and that we have not forgotten your service and your sacrifices."

Veterans may receive their free "setting" and free 8-by-10 color photograph by calling Harper Studios at 442-7856 and making an appointment between Nov. 20-Dec. 16.


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Very nice of you to make this offer. Thank you and all your family members for their service to our country.

-- Posted by indianamama on Thu, Nov 17, 2011, at 2:04 PM


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