Greenlight A Vet is a campaign to establish visible national support for our veterans by changing one light to green. The simple action of changing one light to green is intended to spark a national conversation regarding the recognition of veterans, and “greenlight” them forward as valued members of our communities.

CrowdSync Technology had the amazing opportunity of supplying Walmart with 9,000 LED Wristbands in support to their Greenlight A Vet Campaign. Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band performed at the Walmart Amphitheater in support of our amazing veterans.


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Beautifully, all LED Wristbands were lit up green and were able to generate a very touching moment for the ending of the concert to have “God Bless the USA” while all the LED Wristbands were pulsating Red, White and Blue!


Wicked cool bands for the concert

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This weekend we went to the @walmart_amp to see @garysiniseofficial and the Lt. Dan Band play. Besides the fact that it was such a fun show (where else are you going to get half the audience involved in a conga line through a concert?!) it was such a wonderful tribute to our veterans and reminder what we should be thankful for. I had the pleasure of being in the presence of 11 Congressional Medal of Honor recipients that were honored that night. We were given light up bracelets on the way in from the #greenlightavetcampaign – it was such a touching moment for the ending of the concert to have "God Bless the USA" while all our bracelets flashed red, white and blue. ???????? Had a great time and don't hesitate to go see them if you have the chance, especially since proceeds from the concert go to help TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) and Gold Star Children. #garysinise #garysiniseandtheltdanband #garysinisefoundation #ltdanband #ltdan #greenlightavet #walmart #walmartamp #veteran #veterans #tribute #metalofhonor #usa #godblessamerica #godblesstheusa #america #concert #taps #military #redwhiteandblue

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