I just put together my first Adafruit product (USBtinyISP).
It went together well and I’m quite impressed with it for the price.
But what impresses me even MORE about your company is that you offer FREE shipping to APO and FPO addresses.
This must be, in part, your way of saying THANKS to all the men and women of our US Armed Forces stationed overseas. That is TRULY IMPRESSIVE!! As a retired US Serviceman myself, I noticed that right away.
I’ve purchased many things on the ‘net (ebay and others). Yet your company is the first one I’ve encountered that specifically ships to APO and FPO addresses for FREE.
Thank You VERY MUCH for your consideration of our troops.
Free APO and FPO shipping is not only for US Armed Forces Day (this Saturday – May 19 2012), but every day of the year.
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