Yuma, Arizona (NAPSI) - The family entertainment network INSP has expanded its commitment to veterans by partnering with the congressionally chartered United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration and by providing the network’s video, entitled “Thank You For Your Service,” an homage to Vietnam Veterans.
The video, part of INSP’s critically acclaimed Moments series, is being presented throughout the country by the Commemoration to thank and honor Vietnam Veterans and their families.
In recognition, the official commemoration flag and certificate, signed by the Secretary of Defense and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, were presented to INSP Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Cerullo during a ceremony held by the Commemoration.
“I have had the privilege of playing this video for thousands of people around the country. This stirring tribute never fails to inspire deep emotions. It has helped bring healing and encouragement to true patriots, many of whom have felt taken for granted and ignored,” says Lieutenant General Claude “Mick” Kicklighter, United States Army (Retired).
Cerullo accepted the flag and certificate, saying, “It is gratifying to know that ‘Thank You For Your Service’ has touched so many lives.”
The video has been featured on the Pentagon Channel, USAA’s Web channels, and at several national conventions, including those of the American Legion and the Vietnam Veterans of America. INSP is producing another veteran series entitled “Moments of Valor,” in partnership with the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation.
“We have pledged to continue this campaign to honor our veterans,” Cerullo said. “As part of our work with The Vietnam War Commemoration Committee, INSP is donating 1,000 specially designed videos of ‘Thank You For Your Service’ to veterans. We hope that this small gesture will have a lasting impact.”
Moments is an INSP original, inspirational, award-winning video series that celebrates uplifting stories of hope. The videos air as a public service throughout the day on INSP. They are also available on a special website, www.moments.org.
INSP is available in more than 75 million households across the U.S. Viewers can find INSP channel information by visiting www.insp.com/insp-channel-finder/.