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August 9, 2013

Fort Huachuca Exchange Service rewards good grades

Army & Air Force Exchange Service

Hard-working students deserve recognition, so the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is rewarding military students in grades 1 – 12 who maintain a “B” or better average with the “You Made the Grade” program.
“We love it when military students excel,” said the Fort Huachuca Exchange General Manager Jeff Willis, “so it’s natural to encourage and reward great grades.”

For the past 13 years, the “You Made the Grade” program has rewarded schoolchildren around the world with a “You Made the Grade” coupon booklet listing a multitude of free products and discounted offers. The 2013 version includes a free Burger King hamburger kid’s meal, Subway 6-inch combo, $2 off any new release CD or DVD at Power Zone, a complimentary haircut and other prizes. In addition, qualifying students can register for a drawing to win a $2,000, $1,500 or $500 Exchange gift card.

Students can receive a “You Made the Grade” booklet by simply presenting a valid military ID and proof of an overall “B” average at the Fort Huachuca Exchange customer service desk. Those eligible may receive one coupon booklet and submit one drawing entry for each qualifying report card.

For more information about the “You Made the Grade” program, call the Fort Huachuca Exchange, 458.7830.




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