“I Remembered a Vet Today” Infographic from iMortuary

May 19, 2011
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Check out this awesome infographic and virtual memorial launched today by iMortuary in honor of Memorial Day.

From iMortuary: Honor the service and sacrifice of Veterans by interacting with our virtual memorial wall. “I Remembered a Vet Today” is an iMortuary way of honoring Veterans — by engaging with online individuals across the US. We also include a Share feature and Facebook badges you can download. Let’s get this to go viral in thanks Veterans and military families in advance of Memorial Day on May 30, 2011!! (Just a note that you won’t see any ads or paid promotions in this section!)

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I Remembered a vet today
Via: iMortuary.com

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