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I grew up as a military brat, served in the Air Force and am currently married to an active duty military member. Guess what that means? Lots and lots of moves and travel. More than 20 moves and that’s not including vacations and short business trips. One thing that’s tough about those moves is keeping up with your favorite newspapers and magazines. You can only carry so many with you and there’s always a lag before the mail catches up to you at your new place.
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PressReader’s renovated site provides a personalized and fully customizable digital publishing platform.With just one subscription, you can access all these publications from your smartphone (Apple, Android or Blackberry), your tablet or eReader all through the PressReader app. The registration process is simple and then you’ll have a consistent reading experience and universal access anytime, anywhere in the world.
PressReader is perfect for always-moving military families, jet setting frequent flyers, always-on-the-go Moms and on-the-go business folks. You can access it in leading hotels, like Trump Hotel, The Four Seasons and Sofitel, on cruise lines, in public libraries, in airport lounges, in restaurants and always on your cell phone.
I can see PressReader being a life saver on our next move. We can read up on our new location while still following up on the happenings in our hometown. There are also plenty of fun reads, like Home & Decor, to keep me distracted when I need a stress break from the move.
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