Frequently Asked Questions
Who can be a member of the TVBA?
All veteran business owners and active duty business owners are welcome to join.
The business owner does not have to attend the meetings or functions, any representative of the business can attend.
What are the Champion Partners?
Diamond – Veteran Business Owners Only.
Please contact us for more information on Champion Partner member benefits and annual dues.
Will my Military Service be Verified?
Yes. Since this an Association of Veteran owned business’s, we will be verifying military service. Honorable Discharge status will be verified with the DD-214, military ID, or other means of military service verification. If you are registering as an SDVOB, we will need to verify your disability rating through your VA letter or VA ID Card.
Please do not mail, fax, or e-mail your verification. Documentation can be provided at the next meeting you attend or email our Membership Coordinator.
What are the benefits of membership?
We offer Health Protect Plus that includes Telemedicine, Prescription Discount Card and Fraud Resolution. We also have cash rewards & discounts at online retailers, parcel delivery oversight, energy solutions, and much more.
How can I find out what’s going on with the TVBA?
You can check out the calendar on the events page. That has all the latest happenings of the TVBA!
Where are monthly meetings held?
All monthly meetings will be announced on the event calendar, please check there for details.
Are Guests and other Non-Veteran business owners allowed at the meetings?
Absolutely. You have to be a veteran owned business to join, but any business owner is more than welcome to come and network.
How do I request a copy of my Veteran’s Military Records electronically?
A veteran, next of kin, or surviving spouse may request a copy of the military records, commonly referred to as DD form 214, by completing the online application and faxing (preferred) or mailing a signed request to the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis Missouri. The online-to-fax method usually takes two to three weeks to receive your copy. The traditional mailing method takes several months to a year. Visit http://vetrecs.archives.gov/ to get started.