FreeCast Inc offers familiar comfort to troops unable to be home for the holiday season
Watching television is a quintessential part of the holiday tradition. As families travel to be together, whether across town or across the country, Rabbit TV Plus has already made it possible to take your favorite shows with you. In honor of Veterans Day, Rabbit TV’s operating company FreeCast Inc wanted to do something for our current service men and women who are spending the holidays deployed overseas, using that same technology to bring them a little piece of home, in the form of hundreds of thousands of familiar TV shows, movies, radio stations, live events, games, and more.
CEO William Mobley discussed his inspiration for the generous offer: “I’ve always spent the holidays with my family where we all get together for a big home cooked meal, and then gather around the TV for holiday specials or sports. That just goes to show you what a deep part of our culture television is. For those who must spend the holidays not just away from their homes, but away from their home country, we’ve come up with a way to show our appreciation for the important work that they do. Free subscriptions to Rabbit TV Plus will allow them to enjoy thousands of the same shows, movies, and live events that we watch here in the states, through the holidays and beyond, from wherever they are deployed as well as when they return home.”
Rabbit TV Plus is a complete TV experience that you can take with you. Because it works on any device with an internet connection, it’s accessible from any part of the world, making it perfect for avid travelers, international business people, and soldiers deployed overseas. Starting December 1st, service members or their loved ones will be able to redeem one free Rabbit TV Plus subscription from FreeCast’s website www.freecast.com. As millions of families come together and give thanks this winter, the Rabbit TV Plus Team is proud to be able to show appreciation to our men and women in uniform.
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