KeepTree.com Amplifies Voters’ Voices in Obama vs. Romney

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Video messaging website allows users to record videos and send them to the candidates.

Our intent is to celebrate and personalize democracy by helping citizens communicate directly with our next President.

The 57th quadrennial presidential election of the United States will be decided within three weeks, on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. KeepTree, LLC (http://www.KeepTree.com) today announced that it will now afford the American public the ability to record video messages to the presidential candidates through its website at http://www.KeepTree.com/obamavsromney.

“KeepTree.com is proud to give Americans a clear and bold voice this election,” says Jon Loew, Founder and CEO of KeepTree.com. “We want to give all U.S. citizens the opportunity to speak directly to their preferred presidential candidate, conveying what they want and hope for the future of the United States. Visitors can go to http://www.KeepTree.com/obamavsromney and record a video message for their favorite candidate (or the candidate they are rooting against). Tell them why you are supporting their campaigns. Tell them why you aren’t. We will deliver the videos directly to them so your voice is heard.”

Democracy and free speech are two of the most cherished freedoms enjoyed in the United States. KeepTree.com invites all U.S. citizens, regardless of their voting eligibility to express their aspirations for their preferred candidate. While the presidency will be decided by 270 of the total 538 electoral votes, all Americans’ voices can and should be heard.

KeepTree.com is an easy-to-use, Internet-based video message delivery service. The system is based on three simple functions: record – save – send. KeepTree.com features proprietary FutureSend technology which allows for videos to be conveniently pre-recorded and sent and delivered on a specific date into the future. KeepTree.com also features a VideoVault for the storage of legacy video messages for the reference and enjoyment of future generations.

From now until December 17, 2012, US citizens are invited to record and send a video message to our next President.

These videos will be posted in a gallery dedicated to Obama vs. Romney, at http://www.KeepTree.com/obamavsromney and will be sent to each presidential candidate.

“Our intent is to celebrate and personalize democracy by helping citizens communicate directly with our next President,” says Jon Loew. “The presidential election is not a spectacle to be watched or observed, it is an opportunity for everyone to be heard and everyone to participate in advancing the interests of our great nation.”

Contact:        
Brody Ehrlich
KeepTree, LLC
333 Seventh Avenue
10th Floor
New York, NY 10018
Email: brody(at)keeptree(dot)com
Phone: (646) 205-3610 x 8084

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KeepTree.com is an easy-to-use, Internet-based video message delivery service. The system is based on three simple functions: record – save – send. KeepTree.com features a proprietary FutureSend application so that videos can be conveniently pre-recorded and sent on a specific date into the future. KeepTree.com also features a VideoVault for the storage of legacy video messages for the reference and enjoyment of future generations. KeepTree.com also operates the TroopTree.com video service, allowing members of the U.S. military to exchange videos with their families and friends while they are deployed for free.

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KeepTree, LLC
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