"It’s important that every American and every American company demonstrate our support to the brave men and women who serve our country, says Jon Loew, KeepTree founder and CEO.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 25, 2014
TroopTree.com is teaming up with the Yellow Ribbon Fund this holiday season to honor our heroes in the U.S. military. For every thank you video recorded on TroopTree.com between Thanksgiving and New Years, TroopTree will donate $1 to the Yellow Ribbon Fund. To encourage civilian participation, all civilians can record a thank you video for the troops during this promotion at no charge. (TroopTree is always free to members of the military.) Civilian participants will also receive a free 6-month subscription to KeepTree’s premium service, donated by KeepTree. Thank you videos will be shared with the troops on the TroopTree website during the holiday season, when many are stationed far from friends and family. Celebrities such has Halle Berry, John Cena, and Nick Cannon have already used TroopTree to show their support for those who serve and sacrifice.
TroopTree.com is a popular online communication platform used by U.S. military members to communicate via private video messages with their friends and family back home. The platform was launched in late 2011 as a free service for all military members and their families, and was ranked #1 last year by Foxnews.com as the best technology for supporting our troops.
“It’s important that every American and every American company demonstrate our support to the brave men and women who serve our country. We’re proud to be able to support the Yellow Ribbon Fund and the important work they do to help our military service members,” says Jon Loew, KeepTree founder and CEO.
The Yellow Ribbon Fund fills gaps in services for injured service members and their families. From transportation and housing to outings and mentoring, YRF provides practical support during recovery in the hospital and after they return home. Since 2005, 83 cents of every dollar spent has gone to services and programs. Learn more about YRF at http://www.yellowribbonfund.org.
“Injured service members and their families need and deserve America’s long-term support, so we’re excited to work with a group that’s building bridges between civilians and the military,” says Mark Robbins, YRF’s executive director.
Both the TroopTree and KeepTree private video platforms are on the forefront of private and secure video technology. They allow users to record videos that they can upload, privately share, and keep forever. Users can easily manage all their videos from the websites or mobile app, ensuring they can capture and share video moments from anyplace, on any device, anytime.
KeepTree (http://www.KeepTree.com) is a SaaS-based private video messaging and storage solution that allows you to easily capture, store and experience important moments, now and forever. KeepTree has partnered with Blue Ridge Networks, a recognized cyber security market leader, to create the most advanced end-to-end security features protecting video memories. With unique features like FutureSend™, users can schedule exactly when to send a pre-recorded video and control who gets to see it. No matter if that’s thirty days from now or thirty years from now, videos are delivered the way you want, when you want. Advanced privacy settings ensure that videos are only seen by intended recipients. KeepTree’s headquarters are in New York, with an office and staff in Tokyo as well.
KeepTree also operates the “TroopTree” service (http://www.TroopTree.com), which is available at no charge to active duty military personnel and their families. FutureSend™ and VideoVault™ features make TroopTree.com an ideal communication platform for service men and women to stay in touch with family and friends during deployments. TroopTree.com gives military families the peace of mind of knowing they can record and share legacy communications.