Help Oklahoma schools win a free Smart Board from Video Reality

Team Radio Marketing Group - March 6, 2024 10:45 am

Video Reality has been serving Education needs for Audio-Visual services throughout Oklahoma for 30 years. To say “Thank You!” – They are offering local schools the chance to win a SMART Interactive Display!

Combining SMART’s industry-leading technology with the knowledge and experience of Video Reality brings the digital world and the real world together for students.

Older generations are probably more familiar with traditional chalkboards or white boards. Perhaps some have memories of overhead projectors or wheeling in a TV cart to present different types of media to the class. The modern classroom benefits greatly from Smart Boards and the possibilities they provide for streamlining lessons and helping teachers communicate the material to their students.

It should go without saying that receiving one of these for free would help a school to meet the educational needs of today’s students without straining the school’s budget.

Video Reality is partnering with Team Radio to run this contest. You can head to https://www.winforyourschool.com/ and cast a vote for the school district that you want to win. There’s also a place to suggest additional schools if you wish.

You can learn more about Video Reality at videoreality.com or check out their social media channels: Facebook | LinkedIn | X | Instagram | YouTube

Team Radio runs Facebook pages for PoncaCityNow.com, KPNC 100.7FM, and KLOR 99.3FM. You can learn more about Team Radio’s online and radio presence at eteamradio.com or tripleplaysportsradio.com.

 

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