Family Video announces the continuation of "Report Card A"
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Published: 5/26/2010 1:15 PM
Print this article Family Video has offered movies that families can enjoy together for years, but it looks like the retail rental chain is still taking time to promote education.
The company, which is the largest family-owned video rental chain in the United States, has just announced they're continuing their "Report Card A" program. The plan allows students to receive a free overnight rental for every A they earn in any core subject on their report card.
"We started giving the kids free rentals 27 or 28 years ago; it's been so long I can't remember," said Keith Hoogland, President of Family Video. "We love rewarding kids for their hard work and it's a great way for them to start summer break."
Family Video has kept moviegoers happy since 1978, when they first started renting videos to the public. The company is one of the very first rental chains in the United States.
Hoogland is committed to keeping families entertained at a low cost.
"There isn't much else a family can do together for $3 or less. Rental is the greatest family value," he said.
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