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March 7, 2014

Savings blossom for Exchange shoppers with Spring 2014 Catalog

Julie Mitchell
AAFES Public Affairs

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The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is making it easier for shoppers to chase away the winter blues with a fresh selection of name brand merchandise in the Spring 2014 catalog.

The 36-page catalog is blooming with fashion-forward apparel and accessories from Calvin Klein, Lucky Brand, Levi’s, Michael Kors and Coach. Shoppers can find favorite tech brands too, including Apple, Beats by Dr. Dre and Bose. For the home, the catalog offers a selection of Ashley furniture, Kenmore appliances and more.

“From Rachael Ray cookware to Under Armour athletic gear to Smashbox cosmetics, savings are sprouting up throughout the Spring 2014 catalog,” said Col. Tom Ockenfels, the Exchange chief of staff. “Whether it’s an item for the home or the latest fashion accessory, Soldiers, Airmen and their families are sure to find the perfect products to welcome spring.”

The Spring 2014 catalog is available at all main stores and online at www.shopmyexchange.com. Exchange purchases are always tax free. Online orders of $49 or more and orders placed with a Military StarÆ card qualify for free standard shipping.

Prices in this all-services catalog are valid through April 30 for any authorized exchange customer. Active duty military members of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as military retirees, reservists, National Guardsmen, Department of Defense civilians stationed overseas, Exchange employees and their family members are all authorized Exchange privileges.




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