Valor Blocks is a monthly subscription box honoring those who have served our country in the military. They have a box representing each branch, Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force. This is an amazing box if you want to receive a monthly collection of items representing your favorite branch of the U.S. Military.
Today, we are taking a look at the U.S. Army Valor Block. So, what do you find inside one of these boxes, you ask?
This picture gives you a summary of what you will find inside the U.S. Army Valor Block. Now, let’s take a look at what came in the April 2017 box.
This U.S Army Pint Glass features their crest on one side and a bald eagle on the other. A very nice glass!
This really nice U.S. Army Est 1775 T-Shirt is a very nice black t-shirt with a gold text and graphics. It’s very clean-cut and classy. I am not sure why there was a different t-shirt listed on the card but this shirt seems just as nice.
Everyone needs coasters, right? They have a rubber bottom to keep them from slipping and the camouflaged top shows the U.S. Army crest.
This is a U.S. Army Bottle Opener. It is made of very sturdy metal and displays the U.S. Army Crest on both sides. This could definitely come in handy!
This is an Exclusive Challenge Coin, Eagle Crest. It’s a very nice coin with a full-color U.S. Army Crest design on it. If you like to collect coins like this, it is definitely one to add to the collection.
What do you think? Is Valor Blocks the type of subscription box you’d like coming to your doorstep each month? Whether you’re a veteran, currently serving, or simply love supporting the U.S. Army, this box could be something to check out!
Details about the box:
Cost: $34.99 plus $6.00 shipping and handling (discounts available if you pay for more than one month at a time)
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