January 29, 2020 – Following the string of robberies that occurred during the World Series in 2017 to Yasiel Puig and during the Super Bowl in 2018 to Rob Gronkowski, CamSoda is pledging to donate free webcams to members of the Chiefs and 49ers to situate in their homes during the Super Bowl on February 2, 2020. Once the players have situated the webcams inside their homes, they can livestream them in private for friends and family to monitor through the week of preparation leading up to the Super Bowl and while the game is being played. Friends and family just need a password to access the live feed at any point in time once the webcam has been installed.
“The last thing members of the Chiefs and 49ers should have to worry about while preparing for – and competing in - the Super Bowl is making sure their residences are secure. Considering the robberies that have taken place at the residences of players in years past with Rob Gronkowski and Yasiel Puig - and even on the field with Tom Brady - we wanted to lend a helping hand and offer to supply members of the Chiefs and 49ers with HD webcams,” said Darren Parker, VP, CamSoda. “Players can easily situate them throughout their residences and allow family and friends to stream the live feed 24/7 to help protect against home invasions and provide them with some peace of mind. They can now focus their attention on winning the Super Bowl and delivering a championship to their city.”
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