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B&Bs say "Thank You" to veterans

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I hope this is an appropriate post for the forums (if not I apologize and please remove):

Hi everyone,

For those who have not heard, there is an organization called "B&Bs For Veterans" (www.bnbsforvets.org) that runs a program to thank retired and active military personnel.

Basically, participating B&Bs offer complimentary rooms to active and retired military personnel on Wednesday, November 10th (the night before Veterans Day).

There are more than 200 B&Bs across the United States that are participating in the program and there are more than twenty right here in New Hampshire. Check out the link above or www.nhlodging.org and www.nhbba.com for more local information.

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