Veterans Day 2019

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Veterans Day 2019

Today, November 11th, 2019, UpMyInfluence is celebrating Veterans Day. We recognize all those who have served in the Armed Forces, both in the past and the present, and remember their sacrifices and struggles to keep our great nation safe.

UpMyInfluence is a Veteran-owned company, and we are all about supporting other companies owned and run by Veterans, Military Members, and those affiliated with the Military.


Below are links of suggested businesses and organizations that UpMyInfluence proudly supports! – The Military Wallet is a website dedicated to helping military members and Veterans save money and get benefits for their families. – Wallabox is a military family-owned company that makes high-quality protective phone cases. Their cell phone case is perfect for professional and personal life, and they offer free shipping on Veterans Day. – Army Veteran James Snow wants military members and Veteran families to be financially prepared and well-versed in the ins and outs of finance. His firm, Jas.Advisors.Grp, focuses on the importance of finance by offering tips and advice. – Military Crashpad is a military housing company that provides fully furnished places of stay, in-house amenities, and no out-of-pocket costs. – Financial Freedom Battle Buddies (FFBB), an organization founded by female Air Force Veterans, focuses on helping military and Veteran women plan financially and save money to ensure their best life. – Courage to Fight Again is a company that focuses on helping military members and Veterans on their mental health journey. Their mission is to help Armed Forces members live meaningful lives, despite their experiences. – Halcyon Reflections focuses on creating memory books, video montages, picture collages, and more to keep your life and legacy available for the next generations. – EOD Fudge chef, Aaron Hale, is a 14-year Veteran. He is living his dream of making handcrafted confections and running a successful company. – Mommy and Me Travels provides reviews, guidance, and helpful tips to traveling parents. – The I Am Enough Movement is a Veteran-owned foundation helping Veterans with mental health. Founder, Megan Fenyoe, created this movement to help Veterans realize how amazing they truly are. – The Success Corps is an academy for entrepreneurs, speakers, and business owners to be coached for success. – Tactful Disruption is a company focused on providing workplace counseling. Founder and CEO, Ariel McGrew is an advocate for military, millennial, and minority women seeking counseling and belonging in the workplace. – The Stephanie Wardwell Real Estate Team focuses on helping their clients buy the house of their dream. – Spartan Media is a digital marketing company that helps its clients get the leverage and exposure they need to be a successful company. – Tattoo 1 Source is a Veteran-owned business that keeps tattoo enthusiasts and tattoo artists in the loop of information.


Visit the links above to support our Armed Forces and make a difference this Veterans Day.

About the Author

Josh Elledge is U.S. Navy veteran and launched UpMyInfluence to help entrepreneurs like himself attract the perfect audiences and grow their authority, influence, and revenue.

If you are a 6-figure consultant, pitch Josh on your business. He’s actively looking for joint-venture / strategic alliance partners. UpMyInfluence can potentially fill your schedule and get you to 7-figures – on a performance/revshare basis.

UpMyInfluence was the natural outgrowth of his first startup, which has grossed more than $6 million in sales with zero paid ads. He did it all through building authority and serving audiences in the media.

Josh is a weekly TV consumer expert in Orlando, writes a syndicated newspaper column to 1.1 million readers, and regularly appears on more than 75 TV stations across the country. All told, Josh has appeared in the media more than 2000 times.

Josh loves living in Orlando, FL with his wife and three children.

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