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NRA offers annual memberships to American heroes

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Independence Day is tomorrow. Every year, America comes together in remembrance of July 4th, 1776. It is often a day filled with fireworks, cookouts, and parades. The holiday is about remembrance. The remembrance of what it took (and continually takes) to keep America free.

The National Rifle Association, in honor of July 4th and the American heroes that are on battlegrounds every day, is offering the premium “NRA Life of Duty Membership.” This annual membership provides all of the normal NRA benefits, but at no cost to the American heroes. Military, law enforcement, and first responders are encouraged to sign up for a free one-year membership as a small thank you for everything that they do in keeping this country safe and free so that the rest of us can enjoy our holidays.

America’s men and women in uniform are the backbone of this country’s freedom and independence. Their willingness to stand up every day against all that the world has to throw at them shows a level of commitment, selflessness, and act of service that many take for granted. The NRA (and many other organizations) recognizes their importance, not only on July 4th, but every hour of every day. Thank you men and women and uniform for all that you do!

Sign up for the NRA Life of Duty Membership.




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