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July 15, 2014

Veterans can sign up for free discount card

Recorder's office to have booth at 4-H Fair next week

ANDERSON – The Madison County recorder’s office, in partnership with Fidlar Technologies, has announced a new service for veterans, known as Honor Rewards.

With Honor Rewards, veterans can sign-up at the recorder’s office or online to receive an Honor Rewards card, which qualifies them for discounts and incentives at participating businesses in the community. This service is being made available at no cost to the county and its taxpayers.

To sign up, all a veteran needs to do is visit www.honorrewards.com, click on Madison County, IN and fill out the form with details on when they served and with what branch of the armed forces. Veterans who prefer to fill out the form in person can visit the recorder’s office office during business hours. The service is completely free and after signing up the veterans can expect to receive their Honor Rewards ID card in the mail in 1-2 weeks.

Local businesses and retailers can participate in the service by contacting the recorder’s office or using the Business Sign-Up link on www.honorrewards.com. By participating, their business name will be listed on the Honor Rewards website for Madison County, provided to veterans who receive an Honor Rewards card, and also be regularly mentioned in email blasts to current Honor Rewards members. In addition, the recorder’s office will provide participating businesses with promotional materials like door stickers and fliers to promote their involvement.

To officially launch the Honor Rewards service, the recorder’s office will have a booth at the Madison County 4-H Fair – July 21-26. Stop by for a detailed overview of this new service, and the opportunity for veterans to sign up in person.

For more information, call (509) 574-1400 or visit www.honorrewards.com.

­— For The Herald Bulletin

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