RedBox to make exception for “Bridegroom”
Loved seeing this Facebook update from Shane Bitney Crone today: REDBOX, which recently stopped renting out documentaries from its popular kiosks, has decided to make an exception and add BRIDEGROOM to its vast inventory of movies and games.
REDBOX President Anne Saunders believes that #BRIDEGROOM tells an important story and contains a powerful message that should be available to its millions of customers.
Anne has pledged to get BRIDEGROOM into all of REDBOX’s 44,000 kiosks by December 17th. She went one step further by adding that REDBOX will do something it has never done before, and contribute 5% of BRIDEGROOM’S proceeds to these wonderful human rights groups: GLAAD, GLSEN, PFLAG, and FREEDOM TO MARRY.
This generous gesture could pose a great risk to REDBOX, so I encourage all of you to join me in showing gratitude to this incredible company by visiting a kiosk near you and not only renting BRIDEGROOM, but one of the other 200 available titles. With any luck, the success of #BRIDEGROOMMOVIE will ensure that other important documentaries will be made available in their kiosks in the future.
Thank you Anne and REDBOX for supporting the LGBTQ community and for making BRIDEGROOM and its story of love, hope, and equality, more accessible to millions of Americans.
*BRIDEGROOM is currently available on iTunes and Amazon.