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Defense Council IWS team up for Returning Heroes Home
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. (7/10/08)--Intercontinental Warranty Services (IWS), a provider of vehicle service agreements and mechanical breakdown insurance to credit unions, will donate to the Returning Heroes Home charitable organization through a partnership with the Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC). Returning Heroes Home will receive funds from each IWS product sold through DCUC. IWS also is raising money for the organization through its Top Achiever’s Conference by selling raffle tickets to attendees. It will match the money collected from tickets and donate the total to the organization. The organization aims to meet the physical and emotional needs of American war veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The Warrior and Family Support Center, formerly known as the Soldier and Family Assistance Center, is a facility at Fort Sam Houston where the patient and family benefit from an environment that helps the injured heal and teaches them how to cope with their disabilities. DCUC, located in Washington, D.C., is an organization of credit unions whose membership consists of military or U.S. Department of Defense personnel. IWS is based in Deerfield Beach, Fla.


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