Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Brent Sweetin Entertaining Soldiers


RonDoids & Remember Radio wish to thank Brent Sweetin for his work entertaining our GREAT TROOPS. Brent has been bringing great joy and fun to so many troops and their families for quite some time.  We also thank OTS Audio Labs for providing the pro software he uses to do his GREAT SERVICE. 
 Remember Radio proudly uses OTS Audio products for our music productions.

Brent Sweetin of Texas Style DJ using OtsAV with Video to entertain the US troops based in Germany (pictured)

Ots Labs is proud to reveal the use of OtsAV at the Kazabra Club, the largest American Country Club in Europe purpose built to entertain the US armed forces and their families. The Kazabra Club is based near Landstuhl Regional Medical Centre (LRMC), the largest American military hospital outside the United States, which has played a major role in many world events. Today, LRMC provides medical treatment to casualties injured during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq.
Texas Style DJ, Brent Sweetin uses OtsAV Pro with the Video and Karaoke features to entertain approximately 1000 soldiers every week. Country music is the genre of choice for this crowd and Brent uses a combination of Video and Karaoke to get the soldiers involved. OtsAV's automation feature is of most benefit for Brent, he explains, "It lets you concentrate more on your crowd and less on looking for the next song off a disk".
The Kazabra Club plays an important role for the well being and morale of these US soldiers and their families, therefore it is important things flow smoothly. The quality and reliability of the Ots software eliminates much of the night's worries and all Brent can say is 
"Thank you, Thank you,
Thank you!"

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Military hospital in Landstuhl, Germany

The Landstuhl Regional Medical Center is an overseas military hospital operated by the United States Army. LRMC is the largest US military hospital outside the continental United States. It is near Landstuhl, Germany, and is the nearest treatment center for wounded soldiers coming from Iraq and Afghanistan. 

Address: Geb 3377, 66849 Landstuhl, Germany
Open 24 hours

Phone: +49 6371 94645762
Current commander: Colonel Michael A. Weber
Number of beds: 310 

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