Gracie Mae’s Choice Strategic Partner Program
Gracie Mae Publications is honored to present A Veteran’s Legacy. Our goal is simply to see this journal find its way into the hands of every veteran and active duty soldier. While the journal serves as an effective tool in capturing a personal military experience, it can also be invaluable in raising awareness (and potential funds) for Veteran and Military Service Support Organizations.
Gracie Mae Publications is proud to launch Gracie Mae’s Choice, our Strategic Partner Program. Our commitment to those who serve and have served will be demonstrated by:
- Creating a synergy by the adjoining of our clear and common goals
- Featured Partner of the Month
- Co-promotion of your organization and A Veteran’s Legacy
- Increased awareness of your mission
- Generating financial gain via sales of A Veteran’s Legacy
- A percentage of sales, for specified term, will be issued to Featured Partner
- HONOR * REMEMBER * HEAL
This concept originated with Jay McChord, an entrepreneur and City Council Member in Lexington, KY who for the last twenty years has been using his artwork as a means to uniquely capture veteran’s stories and pictures. Recognizing the need for a journal-style book that would effectively record and organize a veteran’s experience A Veteran’s Legacy journal was born.
A Veteran’s Legacy is proudly the debut project for Gracie Mae Publications. Gracie Mae Publications was founded by Nita Clarke; a Veteran of the United States Navy, who served as a military journalist. She also serves as the company’s Chief Creative Officer.
Gracie Mae Publications embraces patriotism and is truly inspired by the sacrifices our Service people- and their families. So when A Veteran’s Legacy was introduced to us, we immediately recognized the importance of this project. Throughout our preparations for this project, we have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of sentiment and encouragement to put this journal into the hands of every veteran’s family.
Again A Veteran’s Legacy is many things: it is a family heirloom (to archive pictures and stories of military service), a means of passing along a family’s history and values from one generation to another and an opportunity for non-profit organizations supporting our military and veterans to raise awareness and funds.
Additionally, this book promotes the Library of Congress’s Veteran’s History Project. Gracie Mae Publications encourages all who have Served and purchase this journal to share their stories and pictures with the Library of Congress so they can forever be preserved in American history.
Thank you for all that you already do! We look forward to partnering with you to further advance your mission.