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With school starting Monday for most Brevard County students, Matyce Tapper, 4-years old and starting pre-school, shows off the new backpack she picked up at the Patrick BX last week. AAFES officials want to remind shoppers that they have many discounted items at the store, to include lunch boxes, backpacks, shoes and more. “AAFES’ buying staff has done its homework over the past year and we’re ready to pass the savings lessons on to authorized shoppers,” said the exchange’s Teo Smith, General Manager. “Even though we’ve crammed to deliver the best ‘back to school’ shopping experience possible, we’re always prepared to match the lowest local price to ensure military Families are getting the best value for their ‘back to school’ dollars.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class David Dobrydney)

With school starting Monday for most Brevard County students, Matyce Tapper, 4-years old and starting pre-school, shows off the new backpack she picked up at the Patrick BX last week. AAFES officials want to remind shoppers that they have many discounted items at the store, to include lunch boxes, backpacks, shoes and more. “AAFES’ buying staff has done its homework over the past year and we’re ready to pass the savings lessons on to authorized shoppers,” said the exchange’s Teo Smith, General Manager. “Even though we’ve crammed to deliver the best ‘back to school’ shopping experience possible, we’re always prepared to match the lowest local price to ensure military Families are getting the best value for their ‘back to school’ dollars.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class David Dobrydney)