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Fort Campbell FCU treats military members to a free movie
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (6/18/14)--For the seventh straight year, Fort Campbell FCU, Clarksville, Tenn., with $456 million in assets, demonstrated its support for the military by hosting Warrior Week Movie Night at a local theater.  On Friday, the credit union treated 560 active duty soldiers and their family members to a free showing of the movie, "How to Train Your Dragon 2" by DreamWorks.
 
Click to view larger image From left, Fort Campbell FCU employees, Alicia DeJesus, Jenna Greene, Karen Morgan, Kim Clarkson, Vanessa Seals and Susan Dickinson greeted members of the military and their families on Warrior Week Movie Night. (Fort Campbell FCU photo)
Military families were greeted by employees of Fort Campbell FCU and were shown to a private access line, which began forming two hours before show time. By 6 p.m., the first two theaters were sold out.
 
One movie attendee expressed her gratitude by saying, "This is why I love Fort Campbell. No other military post has treated us this well. Thank you."
 
Warrior Week Movie is also a favorite among the Fort Campbell CU employees, who are provided with an opportunity to show their appreciation for those who serve in the military.


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