Helpvet.Net Has Partnered With Denny Gillem
of Frontlines Of Freedom, the nation's #1 military news & talk radio show.
Online PR News – 06-October-2019 – Dover, Delaware – We here at HelpVet.net, empower service members, their families, survivors and the entire military community with a wide variety of benefits, resources and company discounts. Not to mention, a large network of nationwide service providers who have deep ties to their community and care a great deal about our service members.
Since HelpVet.net's inception, we've made a big impact on the Military Community by connecting you to the most relevant and up to date programs, services and discounts along with countless other valuable resources to improve your military life and help you be the best you can be.
Although, we're proud of the work we've done, we also want to be the best we can be! We're constantly striving to do better and to be better. That's why we've partner with Lt. Col. Denny Gillem, US Army (Ret.) and Frontlines of Freedom.
Frontlines of Freedom is a weekly military news & talk radio show designed to address and discuss the most pressing issues facing our armed forces, veterans and their families. The show now airs on 190+ radio stations across America.
Frontlines of Freedom is hosted by Lt. Col. Denny Gillem, U.S. Army (Retired), a West Point graduate and highly decorated combat veteran who also served as a Mideast War Planner during his 22 years on active duty.
Besides the current war and military readiness, the show addresses military families, veteran's activities and homeland security issues. Guests on the show include Cabinet members, generals, admirals, officers of all ranks, enlisted members, politicians, and family members.
Helpvet.net strongly believes in strengthening communities by coming together to serve a greater purpose. We partner with a wide variety of local businesses to bring their quality services directly into the hands of the military community. This relationship not only pours money into the local economy, but it also serves to unite our service members with business that truly care.
Head over to www.helpvet.net and let us help make your military life all that it can be or call us at 1-855-552-HELP (4357).