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Oxford, Clapp extend holiday greetings in new PSA

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American Legion National Commander Bill Oxford and American Legion Auxiliary President Nicole Clapp extend holiday greetings to the Legion Family in a new video PSA.

The minute-long PSA is intended to be played at American Legion Family Thanksgiving meals, Christmas celebrations and other year-end events. In it, Oxford and Clapp thank American Legion Family members for a successful year, extend holiday wishes and look ahead to 2020.

The PSA is available for viewing at the Legion’s YouTube page.





Visit The American Legion’s Vimeo channel, where the PSA can be downloaded to a phone, laptop or tablet and then played anywhere.


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