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Airmen, their families can connect to Scott AFB military community with new hub resource page

To keep Airmen and military families connected to their communities, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service has debuted a resource page on ShopMyExchange.com with up-to-date information on installation-wide events and programs. Courtesy photo
To keep Airmen and military families connected to their communities, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service has debuted a resource page on ShopMyExchange.com with up-to-date information on installation-wide events and programs. Courtesy photo

To keep Airmen and military families connected to their communities, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service has debuted a resource page on ShopMyExchange.com with up-to-date information on installation-wide events and programs.

The Hub, at www.ShopMyExchange.com/Community, provides information on events and specials at the Scott AFB Exchange and Commissary, as well as Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs and activities in one easy-to-navigate location.

This online resource, which is updated daily, is a huge benefit to time-strapped Airmen and their families.

Rita Sheridan, Scott AFB Exchange general manager

“This online resource, which is updated daily, is a huge benefit to time-strapped Airmen and their families,” said Rita Sheridan, Scott AFB Exchange general manager. “The Hub is the go-to source to stay connected to Exchange events, Express specials and other happenings in the military community.”

Upcoming events are featured on the Hub’s What’s Happening section, including deals of the week, special savings and giveaways for the entire family.

The Hub also includes links to, among other things:

▪ Event photos;

▪ BE FIT resources;

▪ Veterans information; and

▪ ApplyMyExchange.com, the Exchange’s career website.

“The Exchange is a vital part of the military community,” Sheridan said. “The Hub strengthens the connection to Soldiers, military retirees and Veterans.”

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