Today my nephew’s school had Grandparents Day – Elan, who is in first grade, got the honor of meeting U.S. Army Sargent Marshall Goodson from Ozark, Mo. – home of Bodacious Cases’ headquarters. Marshall flew in today from Afghanistan and showed up to surprise his son, Brady who happens to be in Elan’s class. Although I didn’t get to see this in person, I saw video of this reunion on the news and it is a wonderful thing to see! It sure does put a smile on your face!
My mother asked Marshall if he had an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S and he said yes, so she called me and told me to drop what I was doing, so I did and brought him a red case with a black band. When I met Marshall, I found out that he graduated with my oldest sister, Eliesha. Marshall told us he has been meaning to buy a Bodacious Case for months but he hasn’t been able to, so we told him his money was no good and we wouldn’t accept it. As you know, people serving in the military mean a lot to me because my father is a U.S. Veteran. The least I could do was give him a Bodacious Case as a thank you for his service! Thank you Sargent Marshall Goodson for your service!
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