Accurate’s Facebook “Likes” Benefitting Wounded Veterans

March 24, 2011

Bastrop- Accurate Credit Bureau website “Likes” are translating into gifts for disabled veterans of the US Armed Forces.  For every 500 “Likes” the website receives, Accurate Credit Bureau will donate a laptop to a wounded veteran.  The small Tenant Screening Company is located in Bastrop TX, but is making visits to San Antonio’s Brooke Army Medical Center to host the give-aways. Donations are being made to veterans of the United States Army, Navy, Marines Corp, and Air Force.

Accurate Credit Bureau specializes in tenant credit and background screening for landlords and real estate agents. The team at Accurate has recently delved into the social media spectrum, creating a facebook page and company blog through WordPress. Eager to see the results of their efforts, a “Like” button was installed on the company’s website, This button, when clicked by a facebook user, will add a “Like” to Accurate’s website as well as show on that user’s facebook page, informing their friends.

Having worked closely with many disabled veterans, Accurate Credit Bureau Founder and CEO, Jeff Bader, had the idea to donate a laptop with every 500 Likes. He says “Giving a wounded hero a laptop allows them to reconnect with their battle buddies, friends and family as they heal and get better.”

The first 500 Likes happened in just a few days time. The first laptop was given to Shanan Lefeat at Brooke Army Medical Center located in San Antonio, Texas. On March 17, Bader personally donated the first laptop during a small celebration.

The 1,000 mark is quickly approaching and the company is in preparations for the next give-away. Make sure to check the Accurate Credit Blog for updates and photos.

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