Just in time for the Fourth of July, United Service Organizations (USO)created a temporary profile picture frame (through July 5) for Facebook users.
The USO created the frame in recognition of its 75 years of servicing active duty military with care packages, letters to military members and partnerships over the years with celebrities including Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe, Stephen Colbert, Jay Leno and Katy Perry.
Interested Facebook users can go to the USO Facebook page and click the “Try It” button on the post pinned to the top, or:
- Go to https://www.facebook.com/profilepicframes.
- Click the drop-down box and select “Causes.”
- Click the “Happy 4th of July” frame with military service members.
- Adjust size and click button “Use as Profile Picture.”
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