Exchange Senior Enlisted Advisor Focuses on Delivering Everyday Value at Maxwell AFB

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The Army & Air Force Exchange Service's senior enlisted advisor is ensuring Maxwell Air Force Base Airmen, retirees and families are getting the best value for their dollar when they shop the BX. 

During a visit to Maxwell AFB, Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Osby toured the Exchange shopping center and Express. Osby met with 42nd Mission Support Group Commander Col. Scott Bryant and 42nd Mission Support Group Chief Master Sgt. Patrick Key on April 27 to focus on how the Department of Defense retailer can improve the quality of life for the Maxwell community by delivering everyday value. 

"The Exchange is all in to make Maxwell Air Force Base a great place to work and live," said Osby, one of about 30 active-duty service members assigned to the Exchange. "We're committed to providing services and options that fit the community's needs and budget."

The Exchange offers tax-free shopping at military exclusive pricing for the Maxwell community. The MILITARY STARR card offers further savings, including 5 cents off every gallon of fuel at the Express and 10% off at the Exchange food court and restaurants. 

Every time Airmen shop their Exchange-whether in person or at, they are strengthening their community. 100% of Exchange earnings are reinvested in the military community through funding for critical programs, as well as capital improvements. 

"It matters where you shop," Osby said. "Small changes can make a big difference in a community. The Exchange is passionate about enhancing the quality of life for our heroes."