"After The Parade" Helps Returning NYC Vets Long After The Welcome-Home Banner Passes

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"After The Parade" Helps Returning NYC Vets Long After The Welcome-Home Banner Passes

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How do you convey the profound experiences + needs of returning #veterans in a few words? JWT took the challenge. http://bit.ly/sFmq2s
Tuesday, November 8, 2011 - 1:00pm

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How do you convey the profound experiences and needs of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and do so in nine words on a poster, or a 30-second ad? That was the challenge facing Aaron Padin, head of art, and Drew Train, account director at marketing communications firm JWT New York, who led more than a dozen volunteers, including strategists, copywriters, photographers, and editors to create “After the Parade," a public-service initiative for the veterans programs provided by Services for the UnderServed (SUS), a New York-based nonprofit. 

"People think they understand, but they really don’t," said Padin. “People are shocked to learn that 18 veterans a day commit suicide, and yet there are effective solutions.

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Keywords: Volunteerism & Community Engagement | Aaron Padin | After the Parade | BlackRock | Donna Colonna | JWT | JWTNewYOrk | Robert S. Kapito | Services for the Underserved | returning veterans | veterans day

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