Disabled Veterans Free Websites & Hosting by Vet Owned Website Builder Business

Disabled Veterans have a new door of opportunity opening provided by a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Mobile-First.us, offering a free website and hosting with zero upfront costs.

The Villages, United States - November 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Today, Disabled Veterans have a new door of opportunity opening provided by a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Mobile-First.us, offering a free website and hosting with zero upfront costs.

Mobile-First.us… In The News

Veterans who are disabled can now open a new door of being self-reliant and independent by building an online website business themselves or partnering with other veterans, providing additional income.

Mobile-First.us, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, and its co-founders Sandy and Charlie Morris are proudly offering all Disabled Veterans a free website with free hosting, to those who qualify. Charlie’s service disability occurred in Cambodia, unofficially, near the Ho Chi Minh Trail during combat with the North Vietnamese Army on March 26, 1970.

Creating additional income is only a small part of the complete picture while building, achieving, accomplishing, educating themselves, developing team work, success and pride actually completes the picture of being self-reliant and independent.

They will also now be able to proudly brandish the logo of being a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business.

Mobile-First.us… Press Release

The DAV or Disabled American Veterans was chartered on September 25, 1920 after World War I followed by the BVA or Blind Veterans Association in 1945 with PVA or Paralyzed Veterans of America in 1946 after World War II and WWP or Wounded Warrior Project in 2003 following the 9-11-01 attack with the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The slogan from the Wounded Warrior Project probably best says it all for disabled veterans, “The Greatest Casualty is Being Forgotten”.

These agencies and associations do their very best at not letting that happen and have made huge leaps and bounds with both personal and technical improvements in providing or assisting in whatever disabled veterans need.

Likewise, Mobile-First.us is proud to have advanced state-of-the-art technology which builds websites in compliance with Google’s New Mobile-First indexing and ranking algorithm effective July 1, 2019.

Mobile friendly and mobile responsive are yesterday’s technology.

Sandy and Charlie Morris are honored to be able to offer this new technology of website building to all Disabled Veterans with zero upfront costs involved.

Mobile-First.us… Websites @ Warp Speed

No matter what the disability, all Disabled Veterans want the same thing, to have the ability to contribute, be a part of, work with a team, build a life with pride and accomplish their individual and team goals.

Contact Information:

Name: Mobile-First.us

Address: 17977 SE 83rd Rawcliffe Ct, Ste. 101

The Villages, FL 32162

Phone: 352-325-2757

Contact Info:
Name: Charlie Morris
Email: Send Email
Organization: Mobile-First.us
Address: 17977 SE 83rd Rawcliffe Ct, Ste. 101, The Villages, Florida 32162, United States
Phone: +1-352-325-2757
Website: https://www.mobile-first.us

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88935663

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