Veterans News Network Organization History
With over 12,000 members and over 1 million unique visitors each month, the Veteran News Network is one of the most comprehensive online directories of resources and information for military, Veterans and their loved ones. There are pages for everyone. We are honored to serve the needs of Veterans, active duty military, as well as their spouses and dependents.
Veterans News Network is a Veteran Style Angie’s List. We help Veterans realize the dream of homeownership. We help our real estate members sell more homes by:
- Providing branding and awareness opportunities that instill emotional connections with all Americans.
- Conveying strategies to help increase your per sale commissions. Click here to see how.
- Reducing your business expenses by delivering advertising productions that you own and can be used in any other marketing.
- Offering tools to connect with your community and build lasting relationships.
- Inclusion into our nationwide network of agents and lenders.
- Giving unique URL to upload all your property listings.
You can follow VNN on Facebook, Twitter, or contact us anytime via phone (800) 863-2541 or online.
The founder and CEO of the Veterans News Network, Scott Balsiger, is a US Navy Veteran, and many of his employees are also Veterans. Scott Balsiger founded Veterans News Network due to his close affiliation with the Military and the American Legion. Scott enlisted in the U.S. Navy serving on the USS Macdonough DDG39 and the USS Hunley AS31. After transitioning back to civilian life Scott joined the Blackduck American Legion were his father, William Balsiger held the position of Commander at the Blackduck for two terms. His Grandfather, Roy Balsiger was also a past Commander of the Legion.
The American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and Fleet Reserve Association are organizations that Scott is a member of. Scott felt there was a need to keep alive the stories of America’s Veterans, telling the story of how they often made the ultimate sacrifice to our country. Veterans News Network has now written over 1700 Hero stories and is broadcast in over 500 Veteran clubs across America. Our programming provides entertainment, resources, and news that Veterans enjoy every day
Active duty military are taught to never leave a brother or sister behind. The mission of the Veterans News Network is rooted in our founder’s desire to extend this Creed into the Veteran community. We are dedicated to connecting active and retired military with organizations and businesses who provide resources and services for Veterans.
The Veterans News Network is firmly based in our country’s free market system. We would be honored if you joined us.