Active Military Personnel? Olympic Hot Tub’s Heroes Discount is For You
November 11, 2014
We couldn’t let this day go by without a word on Veterans Day. Here’s a brief background on how this holiday came to be. It’s always celebrated on Nov. 11th to honor the veterans who fought in World Wars I and II. The holiday was first celebrated on Nov. 11, 1919-on the first Anniversary of the end World War I. It became a holiday in 1928 after Congress passed a resolution making November 11th a day for annual observance and gratitude for those who lost their lives in protecting our freedoms.
The brave souls are gone, but they can never be forgotten. On this Veteran’s Day, we remember, salute their courage and make time for gratitude for their actions.
In honor of our active military heroes, Olympic Hot Tub salutes you by offering discounts on new spas or saunas.
Olympic Hot Tub is eager to assist those who defend our freedom. Our Heroes Discount program at Olympic Hot Tub helps military personnel and their families purchase therapeutic hot tubs and saunas. Research has shown that hot tubs and saunas help relieve stress, improve sleep, provide quality family and relationship time, and improve overall health. We feel that those who serve deserve all of these benefits. It’s our goal to make hot tubs and saunas affordable for our active military personnel.
If you are now serving in any branch of the armed forces, you are eligible for a discount on a new hot tub in the Hot Spring Spa family of tubs or a new Finnleo sauna. Visit your nearest Olympic Hot Tub store today. And, what better day than Veteran’s Day?
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Author: Don Riling
Don Riling is the President of Olympic Hot Tub and has been an active member of the hot tub industry for over 27 years. As the company’s owner since 2016, he has continued Olympic’s legacy of promoting health & wellness through water.