New York, NY (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
KeepTree, LLC (http://www.KeepTree.com), creator of the game changing FutureSend™ video messaging technology that allows users to record videos and deliver them at a “future” date and time, announced today that 25 of the NBA and NFL’s hottest players used KeepTree.com’s video messaging service to record “Thank You” videos to the U.S. troops over Memorial Day Weekend. The videos were recorded before and during the 2nd Annual “Salute with Hoops” charity basketball game, which benefited the Children of the Fallen Patriots Foundation.
In addition to the aforementioned athletes, music artists Teyana Taylor and Jibbs, as well as television show creator Devon Glover, recorded videos for the troops.
Jon Loew, CEO of KeepTree.com, commented, “There is often a divide between the civilian and military populations of any country. What makes America so special is how clear and unconditional we are in our support of the men and women fighting for our freedom. We hope the videos recorded on TroopTree.com by some of our country’s best athletes will remind the troops yet again of how much we all appreciate them.”
Members of the Armed Forces can now visit http://www.TroopTree.com to view the videos recorded for them. They can also use the site to keep in touch with their families and friends back home.
Members of the public may also visit http://www.TroopTree.com to record their own “Thank You” videos for our troops, or to browse the videos recorded by others.
KeepTree.com allows users to record and share videos with their friends and family, and save them forever. In December 2011, KeepTree.com launched the TroopTree service, a special version of KeepTree’s video messenging service set up specifically for our military. At TroopTree.com, active duty military personnel can exchange video messages with their families for FREE, without the need for a simultaneous internet connection, which is often difficult to achieve in a war zone or between time zones. Users may also archive their videos indefinitely, and can also record videos for delivery in the future.
KeepTree (http://www.KeepTree.com) is a web-based video messaging system designed to allow users to record, store and share videos. The KeepTree service does not require a simultaneous internet connection, and allows users to determine when videos should be delivered to their recipients. KeepTree is the first service to allow future delivery of videos (patent pending), affording users numerous unique capabilities, including the opportunity to continue to share memories and advice with loved ones even after they are no longer alive.
KeepTree’s “TroopTree” service (http://www.TroopTree.com) is available at no charge to active duty military personnel and their families. TroopTree.com also allows members of the public to record “Thank You” videos for our troops.
Jon Loew, CEO jon(at)keeptree(dot)com or (646) 205-3610 x801