[Aop] FAQ Interactive, Reaching Out and Making a Difference with Video Email
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FAQ Interactive, Reaching Out and Making a Difference with Video Email
West Hartford, CT (PRWeb) December 12, 2006 -- (PR.COM)-- WSI (We Simplify
the Internet) is working to bring local families face-to-face with their
loved ones anywhere in the world this holiday season using Video Email. WSI
Consultants Megan Rakich and Joyce Therieault and their team of sponsors
(Home Loan Experts, Radio Disney, University of Hartford and New England
Jingles) are offering this free service on Saturday, December 16, 2006 in
Glastonbury, Connecticut between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
For U.S. soldiers in Iraq and their families, any kind of communication
provides a much needed dose of the home life they miss and a break from the
daily realities of war. Now, thanks to video email technology, WSI is
offering families in the West Hartford area that have loved ones in Iraq or
Afghanistan a video email to communicate messages to their families and
friends stationed overseas.
Video Email is unique in that the video file is not sent as an attachment
within the email (which can slow email delivery and get accidentally deleted
by anti-virus or spam filters). Instead, the video is stored on WSI's secure
Video Email server which allows each message to be streamed live from the
The video email will give soldiers "virtual bonding" time with their family
and friends. WSI will be able capture live moments using a simple video
camera and microphone. The soldier will receive a full-color- Internet-ready
video in the form of an email.
"We want to give something to those families who have husbands, wives and
children that are greatly missed during the holiday season and throughout
the year," said WSI Consultant Joyce Therieault.
In a war that is half a world away, a soldier will be able to open his or
her email and see their spouse, children, friends and family as if they were
watching a live video on television. Husbands and wives can hold up
fast-growing newborn babies, blow their soldiers a kiss, or read a letter.
Children can show off how much they've grown, show-off a missing tooth or
talk about what they learned in school. Parents can send wishes for a safe
The video email service is free for families who have loved ones in Iraq.
Any soldier or family member can come to:
Home Loan Experts
115 Glastonbury Blvd
Right across from the Shoppes at Somerset Square
December 16, 2006, between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
To learn more about this video email offer or about WSI, please visit ,
contact Megan Rakich or Joyce Therieault at 860-232-WWWi (9994).
Through its network of over 1500 offices in 87 countries, WSI delivers
thousands of e-Business solutions to small and medium sized businesses
annually. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, WSI provides affordable Internet
related services and technologies that deliver maximum return on investment
for businesses. As the world leader in providing profitable Internet
solutions to SMEs, making information accessible for all via the Internet is
an essential component of their offering. WSI is committed to assisting
customers to ensure their websites are accessible for people with
disabilities by providing education, guidance, tools and techniques that
comply with the worldwide W3C standards.
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