Greenlight A Vet: Show support for your Veterans by changing one light to green to show support and well-being for our vets.
I have now had my greenlight on my porch going on three years now, 2015-2018. With the same green LED bulb.
Greenlight A Vet
Starting Veterans Day, change one light to green and keep it glowing every day as an ongoing symbol of support for our veterans. Let this green light be visible so all will see you honor our vets. We might not be able to see who all our vets are, because they are usually camouflaged in with us. This green light will show hope, renewal and well-being for our vets.
Veterans Day is celebrated November 11 each year, but keeping a green light lit all year long to show your support for those men and women who helped to keep our freedoms in our great nation.
I first learned of Greenlight A Vet at the Newport Cinema’s in Newport, TN while waiting to watch the Woodlawn in 2015.
Make sure you take a picture of the green light lit and hashtag it, #GreenLightAVet on Social media!
I am also wanting to help show support by doing the text color of this blog entry to green too.
I purchased a LED Green light last year, I had to wait several weeks before Walmart got them back in stock. It took me also contact the company that made the green light too. I went with an LED light because it is cheaper to run than regular bulbs. Yes, it may cost a little bit more up front, but the long-term savings are worth it.
My Front Porch is Green has been green for almost three years now, 2018. So light up your porch green for Veterans! Is your porch light green? I want to hear from you, share your comments below.
I also use a sensor for the light to auto come on when it is dark.
More information at: www.greenlightavet.com
First published November 8, 2015. Last republished or updated November 1, 2018.
I enjoy listening to nothing but Christian Music. Camping and hiking is something that I enjoy. I guess that is because I am an Eagle Scout. Blogging is something I enjoy doing too. I have been blogging since 2004. However, I have been blogging on Courageous Christian Father since 2012. I am married with 1 daughter and 2 step-sons and a step daughter.