Panasonic expands Living in HD program

Panasonic expands Living in HD program

Panasonic is extending their Living in HD community from 30 families up to 60, eventually expanding all the way up to 100 families total.

So what is Living in HD? It is a Panasonic program that immerses participants in high definition technology. Selected applicants receive a complete suite of Panasonic HD products, including a 50″ HDTV, an HD video camera, WiFi enabled digital cameras, a Blu-ray player, Blu-ray movies, a laptop, a Nintendo Wii with games and more products. Professional installation, training and access to technical advisors are all included in the program.

Panasonic Living in HD

How do you qualify?

“We’re looking for interesting and enthusiastic people throughout North America. Participants can be a family, a couple, a single person, a group of friends, co-workers or anyone who wants to become part of this special HD community. You don’t have to be an expert in technology, you just have to be willing to share your HD experiences.”

In order to be considered, you must fill out a questionaire, upload pictures of your family as well as your living room or the location where the HD equipment will be installed and explain why Panasonic should choose you. The deadline for this latest round is September 23rd, so get your application in now at the Panasonic website if you want to be considered.

About Wes Novack

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