With Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry having a great season and a potential Finals run, the NBA is once again looking for ways to get more veterans to step up.
One such initiative is a new online service for vets.
Veterans.com launched this week, with a focus on veterans in sports and entertainment.
The website is designed to help vets connect with people who have similar interests in their careers and life outside of sports.
The site is designed as a platform for veterans to find like-minded friends, share their stories, and get advice on career options.
The site is divided into categories, including Sports, Entertainment, Entertainment Business, Entertainment Entrepreneurs, and Sports Business.
In addition to providing advice and networking, the site has a section dedicated to providing free and discounted membership to veterans and their family members.
Veteran’s.com has more than 500 pages, and a few of the more popular features include:A dedicated section on the veterans’ communityThe Veterans.com community page with photos, videos, bios, and moreThe Community page, which is similar to the NBA.com page for its sports contentVeterans can sign up for Veterans.COM membership to receive a daily newsletter with exclusive content, and receive a free, 24-hour voicemail serviceVeterans have access to their own personal profile pageVeterans and their families can see their name, address, and contact informationVeterans’ social media accounts are accessible on the Veterans.
Com pageVeteran.com is open to anyone who is currently a registered member of the NBA, NBA2K, and/or the WNBA.
The service will be available in both English and Spanish.