The Cook Family Will Travel Cross Country in Summer 2019 to Raise Awareness About Their Son’s Genetic Disorder and Will Stay ‘Connected’ With the Help of a WiFiRangerTM
April 2, 2019 – Meridian, Idaho
“Our youngest son [Matthew] was born with a rare genetic disorder called Angelman Syndrome that affects his central nervous system. To help raise awareness about the disorder I’m loading up the family for a cross country trip Summer 2019. Staying connected to the web during our trip is vital so we can update our followers on all our activity & awareness events we’re planning throughout the U.S. trip. When we reached out to WiFiRanger™ to help keep our travel trailer connected they didn’t hesitate to donate one of their indoor/outdoor router systems + WiFi signal boosters. Their donation was yet another confirmation that our trip is meant to happen for Matthew and other kids battling Angelman Syndrome.”Mike Cook
“It’s not often that a story like young Matthew’s will come across my desk. We consider it a privilege to lend a hand and help this family stay connected while on the road. Completing a cross country trip is not for the faint of heart – and it’s especially inspiring when a family like the Cooks can rally the kids to hit the open road for such a worthy cause. We’re cheering them on here at WiFiRanger™ and look forward to hearing of their adventures and accomplishments to help raise awareness about Angelman Syndrome.”Jim Owsley
VP Marketing & Communications, WiFiRanger
WiFiRanger™ products are designed, tested & assembled in Meridian, Idaho to help travelers enjoy a secure, reliable internet connection from the comfort of their RV. For more product information visit WiFiRanger.com or call 208-321-5544.