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Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) online advertising opportunities are now available.

Running ads on MWR websites is an excellent way to reach military audiences influencing them toward your brand. Our websites are a top information resource for Sailors and their families. We can help you reach more than 320,000 active duty Sailors; more than 390,000 Navy family members; 105,000 Navy Reservists; more than 266,000 Navy Department civilian employees; more than 740,000 Navy retirees, and countless family members and Navy supporters worldwide. Our newly launched 75 websites garner more than 2 million impressions per month. Connect with Navy MWR to secure worldwide online advertising, or to target websites in a specific region or community. For more information email navymwrsponsor.fct@navy.mil or call (202) 433-4111.

The Navy Wounded Warrior program is currently seeking commercial sponsors for Warrior Care Month events and promotions.

The month of November was established as Warrior Care Month eleven years ago, when former Secretary of Defense Robert F. Gates declared it would be a “Department of Defense effort aimed at increasing awareness of programs and resources available to wounded, ill and injured service members, their families, and those who care for them.” Your organization will receive exposure through a global, multifaceted 30-day marketing campaign using digital signs, print displays, social media, and web. Potentially reaching over 3M impressions in the U.S. Navy military market. Additionally, during our Warrior Care Month events your organization will be an integral part of Commander, Naval Installations Command  (CNIC) recognition event and our introductory adaptive sports camp at NSA Bethesda. One-hundred percent of commercial sponsorship revenue will help execute and enhance Navy Wounded Warrior program mission while directly serving our wounded warriors, their families, and caregivers. For more information e-mail: navymwrsponsor.fct@navy.mil or call (202) 433-4111.

 

 

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