Unprecedented Service Allows Armed Forces Members and Their Families to Record, Share, and Archive Timeless Video Messages – Forever
KeepTree LLC, the creators of the cutting edge web-based video messaging, archiving, and future delivery service, KeepTree (www.keeptree.com), have announced the creation of a sister site – TroopTree.com.
TroopTree allows active duty military personnel to exchange video messages with their families, without the need for a simultaneous internet connection. Users may archive the videos forever, in addition to scheduling delivery in the future using KeepTree's revolutionary Future Delivery Service.
"The number one personal concern of the troops is the ability to speak to their loved ones," said national pollster Dr. Frank Luntz, who has interviewed hundreds of military personnel. "The power of this service is that it connects them not only today but forever. It gives those in harm's way the peace of mind that they will be able to reach and talk to the people they love even if the worst should happen."
Several non-profit organizations have agreed to support the initiative, and make our soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines aware of the service. The Colorado Springs based National Homeland Defense Foundation, and the Washington, DC based Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs will each assist in building awareness amongst our armed Services. Troop Tree is also working with Family Readiness Support personnel at Ft Carson, CO to make deployed personnel and their families aware of the service.
Major General Mark Volcheff (Ret), Executive Director of the National Homeland Defense Foundation added "TroopTree is the perfect way to deal with the challenges of communicating across different time zones, and deployed members can now record daily updates to loved ones or nightly bedtime stories to their children"
Jon Loew, the founder and CEO of KeepTree announced that in addition to providing our brave men and women with this free communication service, to honor our Troops during the holiday season, the TroopTree service will allow members of the public to visit the site, and record "Thank you" videos to members of our armed services. Service members may then visit the TroopTree site to view the "Thank you" videos, and browse them by service branch.
KeepTree 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 the opportunity to share memories and advice with loved ones even after they are no longer alive.
KeepTree's Troop Tree service is available to active duty military personnel and their families for free.
Jon Loew, +1-646-205-3610 x 801