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Military Dream Big Fair October 20 in DuPont

For troops and spouses - jobs, franchises, direct sales, schools, advice, services and more under one roof

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Whether you plan to get out of the service now or later, or if you are a spouse interested in all the options from full to part time work, the Military Dream Big Fair October 20 in DuPont is your place to start - featuring everything you need under one roof on a Saturday morning. (It is free but you must RSVP here: http://www.rsvpbook.com/dreambig)

At this event produced by The Ranger, NW Airlifter and JBLM Living newspapers, and sponsored by USAA, everything from big employers such as Amazon.com and AAFES to small mom and pop shops will be there for both military and family members to start thinking about careers, as well as a large body of local and national colleges and training programs to help you get your training in place now for years to come.

There will also be veteran run training programs such as apprenticeships and preferential hiring programs.  You can chat with military reserve recruiters, as well as hiring programs on and off JBLM.  Ideas on franchises to own, or how to be an entrepreneur is included too.

Spouses can find out about local jobs, plus holiday seasonal work, or how to rep direct sales companies such as Avon and Scentsy.

The Ranger and NW Airlifter newspapers, along with USAA  invite you to a Military DREAM BIG Fair where you can discover your options for an enriching life.   It is all under one roof.

All active duty and Reserve troops and their families are invited to join us at Pioneer Middle School in DuPont.  The event is completly FREE to attend. We are thrilled to honor you for your sacrifices with this FREE day of dreaming BIG, 9-12:30 p.m.  Please RSVP - ONLY THOSE THAT RSVP WILL BE ENTERED IN FOR DOOR PRIZES HANDED OUT THROUGHOUT THE DAY.  RSVP here: http://www.rsvpbook.com/dreambig

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