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But this effort will only be successful with the help of the
public at large. Together, these groups have established an
online coupon donation website at http://www.DonateDTV.com.
Anyone from around the country can donate unused,
non-expired coupons simply by visiting the website and
entering in the information found on a red plastic converter
box coupon card. To date, nearly 50% of all coupons that
have been sent out by the government have expired. If you
are in possession of a coupon card that is not needed for
your own home’s televisions, donate it today at
http://www.DonateDTV.com. It will result in a DTV converter
box being placed in the home of someone in need.
The Twin Cities‘ DTV Assistance Centers were established by
the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund
(LCCREF) with the support of the National Telecommunication
and Information Administration and are comprised of the Main
Street Project (http://www.mainstreetproject.org) and the
Lao Assistance Center (http://www.laocenter.org). The
assistance centers are also working in concert with the
Minnesotano Media Empowerment Project
) and Media Action Grassroots
Network (http://www.mediagrassroots.org) during this
“Mosquito Productions at FreeDTVShop.com” has been an
authorized retailer in the TV coupon program since February
2008 and sells converter boxes online at
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