Military Spouse is a powerful media solution that offers brands an opportunity to connect with and be in the minds of 1.1 million military spouses at the right time and stay with them for the rest of the journey.
Military Spouse looks for trustworthy brands and organizations that offer helpful products and useful services to military spouses during 5 critical life stages.
|Spouse 101||Military Spouse rolls out the welcome mat for all new military spouses, fiances, and significant others. There is a lot to learn for new members of the military family and we want to make it as easy as possible.|
|PCS||Nothing requires help, information, and resources like picking up your family up and moving them across the country multiple times every 2 to 3 years.|
|Education||More than 80% of military spouses have expressed an interest in pursuing additional education and thousands of military spouses are using their MyCAA benefits, scholarships, and grants to pursue their academic endeavors.|
|Career||Military Spouses represent an ambitious, loyal, and hardworking pool of talent that is interested in establishing and maintaining their own career.|
|Deployment||No matter how many times a service member is deployed, it's never the same and it doesn't get easier. Military Spouses have a variety of needs during deployment that range from positive distractions to backup childcare.|
Partners maximize their exposure to military spouses during these important decisions and events. To learn more about partnership opportunities contact our solutions team
A: My husband comes home from his first deployment soon. We have only been married a little over a year and he has been deployed most of that time.... Read more.
A: My husband is deployed and they are scheduled to be coming home soon. I keep seeing other spouses in the unit posting stuff like dates and locatio... Read more.
A: I know lots of people who hate base housing, but I really like living on base. Well, I did until my new neighbors moved in... they are driving me... Read more.
A: At what point should we let our kids have a say in whether or not we accompany their dad on his next PCS? Our children, ages 15 and 17, have really... Read more.