Veterans Helping Veterans: Marketer Releases New Social Site Exclusively for Veteran Community

By: Jinger Jarrett
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SALISBURY, N.C. - Nov. 20, 2014 - PRLog -- Salisbury, NC, 11/20/2014 — U. S. Army veteran Jinger Jarrett released her social networking site for veterans. Her goal is to bring veterans together from across the world to help one another work on the issues that American and Allied veterans face.

"We all seem to face the same problems whether you're a veteran in South Africa, the United Kingdom, Australia or the United States," Jarrett said. "Many veterans are homeless and suffering from Post Traumatic Stress, especially in our allied countries. Unfortunately, they don't have the resources available that we Americans have."

Jarrett built the social site for two purposes. The first is to allow veterans from across the world the chance to get together and simply socialize. Membership is completely free. All veterans have to do is sign up.

For those who want to do business on the site, there is an upgraded membership for both veterans and their supporters. It is a low cost monthly fee so that Jarrett may raise funds to pay for hosting and maintenance of the site as well as fund programs for veterans.

"There are a lot of things I want to do to help veterans," she said. "Many veterans are slipping through the cracks for various reasons and don't have access to the help they need. My goal is to pick up the slack and fund programs that will do things like help veterans pay utility bills. Unfortunately, there are no programs anywhere to do this and veterans must compete with civilians in their communities for these limited resources."

For additional information please contact: Jinger Jarrett by phone (704-937-1460) or email (

You will also find further information on her web site at

Jarrett hopes to connect with as many veterans as possible as quickly as possible. Eventually she plans to travel to the various Allied countries to do outreach programs to find out what needs to be done to develop resources for veterans at the local level.

About Jinger Jarrett: Jinger Jarrett is a full time freelance writer, author and internet marketer and has been in business since 2001. She teaches small businesses how to get started online and then market their businesses using free internet marketing techniques. Her books are available on Amazon.

A U.S. Army veteran, Jarrett suffered from depression and Post Traumatic Stress. After becoming homeless, she sought help through Veterans Affairs and Rowan Helping Ministries in Salisbury, NC. With her Post Traumatic Stress and depression now healed, she seeks to help other veterans get well, get jobs, build businesses and help those veterans who in need.

Read her veterans' blog for further information:


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