If you have not done so, please
visit www.vva.org and check
out the ETaBO page. Every week Carol Engle has been adding new
information. She has done a great job of getting us up and
running, and the committee appreciates her work beyond words.
All of the guides are on the site and may be printed out. One
new item is the list of veteran-owned businesses that answered
our Survey of Business Owners. We hope that you will visit
this site from time to time and see what our brother and
sister veteran-owned businesses are doing. Remember to buy
veterans products first.
If you are a business owner,
please complete the survey and get it to us so we can list you
on the web site and get you information to help market your
product. You cannot beat the price. It’s free. You already
have paid the price by serving your country, so take advantage
The committee also is looking
for VVA members interested in helping keep up with legislation
or proposing legislation that will help all veterans with
employment, training, and vocational rehabilitation. If you
would like to help, please contact the committee, or let your
State Council president know that you would like a
recommendation to be added to the committee. Attendance at
meetings would be at your or your State Council’s expense.
However, attendance is not mandatory. You can work from home
and keep us informed about what you are doing, or you can make
Remember: You do not have to be
a member of the committee to make recommendations or
suggestions on any of our issues. We work for you—not the
other way around.