Veterans Program: Military & First Responder Programs
At KIYA Longevity, We're Grateful For Those Who’ve Served As Members Of The United States Military. We’d Like To Extend A Discount Program As Our Way Of Thanking You For Your Service To Our Country.
In thanks to the military and first responders, we're extending a 15% veterans discount off MSRP for all products and services purchased at kiyalongevity.com. To qualify, simply use the form below to upload a copy of your VA card, military dependent ID, state-issued Driver’s license, or ID that shows your Veteran designation or your most recent “LES" (Military Pay Stub) for active duty.
The program enables a discount of 15% off any product. Simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your ID and we'll set you up with your own discount code.
Let us know if you have any questions or issues with the verification process, please don't hesitate to reach out to customer service.
* US Military members, please choose the United States as your destination country, as this will ensure your package ships via USPS and that you are not given international shipping rates.
Veterans Program | Paradise Canal | Basrah Iraq
Meet Jaeson "Doc" Parsons
Jaeson “Doc" Parsons, joined the US Army in June of 2005. After successfully completing training in as a Combat Medic (68W), “Doc" was assigned to the 54th Engineer Battalion in Bamberg, Germany. Deploying to Iraq almost immediately after joining his unit in Germany, he served as the platoon medic for Bravo Company, 3rd platoon in Ramadi, Iraq. Serving with distinction, Doc earned a Combat Medical Badge for his actions in combat. Doc Parsons was honorably medically discharged in 2009.
Upon his discharge, Jaeson Parsons created the Graffiti of War Project to ensure the global distribution of the articles, interviews, and photographs created and captured by the Graffiti of War Project. Articles – Good topics for articles include anything related to your company – recent changes to operations, the latest company softball game – or the industry you’re in. General business trends (think national and even international) are great article fodder, too.