Greetings Quad Cities!

Episode four of the "QC Veterans' Roll Call" radio show is broadcasting this Sunday, July 24th, bright and early at 7:00 a.m.!

We had yet another FANTASTIC show and are excited to bring it to you.  Our guests are Jason Gordon, Davenport City Council and VP, Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, Aaron Serrano, Military Cost Cutters, and David "Woody" Woods, Director, Scott County Veterans' Affairs.

Jason Gordon shared his thoughts on the economic state of affairs in the Quad Cities. He also encouraged all Veterans to look into joining a citizen's board or commission. If one would like more information on such opportunities, here's the link:

If you would like to get involved with the Chamber's military affairs committee or obtain more information, here's the link:…/milita…/hooah-quad-cities

Alderman Jason Gordon Iwith me after taping his segment for the July 24th show.

Aaron Serrano is a Marine Veteran who served our nation as a Captain in Iraq during "The Surge," 2007 & 2008. After completing his military service, he joined John Deere. However, he was not long for Corporate America as he started Military Cost Cutters, MCC. Here's a bit about MCC from their website:

"Military Cost Cutters is a veteran owned company that allows the military community to search for military friendly businesses and the discounts they are offering. Simply sign up to be a member and download our free mobile app. Our Loyalty Rewards Program allows you to receive future deals from businesses you have visited."

Here is a link to their website:

Aaron Serrano, CEO, Military Cost Cutters, with me after taping his segment for the July 24th show.

David "Woody" Woods served our nation with the United States Army in Vietnam, earning a Silver Star and Purple Heart. After a 29 plus year career at Alcoa, he volunteered to advocate for Veterans. In recognition of his selfless service and stellar advocacy, he was appointed the Director of Scott County Veterans' Affairs.

Woody discussed how he can assist a Veteran in apply for benefits that he or she have earned for their service to our nation. Woody can help guide you or your Veteran thru the process.

We also discussed the painful and real issue of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the importance of getting Veterans help as soon as possible.

If you or a loved' one/friend/fellow Veteran is in need of Woody's service, he can be reached thru these points of contact:
Scott County Veterans Affairs
600 West 4th St
Davenport, IA 52801 - View Map
Phone: (563) 326-8723

David "Woody" Woods with me after taping his segment for the July 24th show.

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Have a great weekend!