Avnet, Arizona Corporate Broadcast Center and Modavox Help Military Families Reach Loved Ones Overseas on Saturday
15 Time Slots Still Open for Recording Five-Minute Video Message
December 5, 2006 - PHOENIX -- For the third year in a row, three Valley companies are helping U.S. armed forces troops serving overseas see their loved ones during the holidays, if only for a few minutes.
Avnet, Inc. (NYSE:AVT), Arizona Corporate Broadcast Center (AZCBC) and Modavox are helping military families record a five-minute video message on Saturday, Dec. 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Arizona Corporate Broadcast Center, located at 2617 S. 46th St., Ste. 300, in Phoenix. Fifteen time slots are still available - interested families should email email@example.com by Thurs., Dec. 7, at 5 p.m. to schedule a 15-minute session, which includes preparation time as well as taping the five-minute message. Refreshments will also be served.
’Avnet and its partners appreciate the service Arizona troops have given our country - connecting them with their families here in Arizona is one small way to show our support,’ said Michelle Gorel, vice president of public relations at Avnet. ’Watching families large and small participate during previous years has been a joy, and we hope to include more families than ever this year.’
Taped in the AZCBC’s state-of-the-art broadcast studio by a professional video crew that ensures lighting and sound quality is outstanding, each family will receive a DVD from the AZCBC to be sent to its troop deployed overseas. Modavox will also host the video messages on its Web site and provide the families with individual links to share with their troops and anyone else who might want to view the messages.
’The AZCBC hosts a large number of celebrities, professional athletes and politicians every year, but nothing is as rewarding as helping the community and especially the families of the soldiers who are serving our country,’ said Clay Stubblefield, chief executive officer of the AZCBC. ’At this time of year the military families are a part of our family and we are humbled to do our small part to serve those who have sacrificed so much for all of us.’
With more than 250 locations serving customers in 70 countries, Avnet markets, distributes and adds value to the products of the world’s leading electronic component suppliers, enterprise computer manufacturers and embedded subsystem providers. Additionally, Avnet brings a breadth and depth of service capabilities, such as supply-chain optimization, logistics solutions, product assembly, device programming, computer system integration and engineering design assistance. For the fiscal year ended July 1, 2006, Avnet generated revenue of $14.25 billion. Visit www.avnet.com/.
About Arizona Corporate Broadcast Center
Arizona Corporate Broadcast Center, LLC, Arizona’s premier broadcast and video production facility, brings Arizona’s best video production, webcasting/multimedia, post-production, and independent news gathering services together under one roof, to provide turnkey services for corporate, academic, and government clients. The company leverages its knowledge of technology and production services to provide enhanced programming and media solutions. The Arizona Corporate Broadcast Center is located in Phoenix and can be found on the Web at www.AZCBC.com.
Modavox, Inc. (www.modavox.com), founded in 1999, is an online media company and the developer of the pioneering online VoiceAmerica(TM) Network. We are a leading software provider of enhanced communications, leveraging proprietary technology and unique competencies in the networked delivery of digital media.
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- Michelle Gorel
- Vice President of Public Relations
- Avnet, Inc.
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