Thousand Oaks, California, October 16, 2012 — Fall and winter may be rapidly approaching, but with an all-weather television from SunBriteTV and a few cold-weather essentials, the backyard or outdoor kitchen can become a permanent hot-spot for entertainment year round. So, light the fire, break out the blankets, pour a mug of hot, home-made Gluhwein (recipe below), and get cozy for your own private movie night.
Turn up the heat on home entertainment with movies, TV shows, sports and more on one of SunBriteTV’s range of US designed, engineered and manufactured all-weather outdoor televisions. Made tough to endure rain, humidity, salt air, dust, insects, and temperature extremes, the Signature Series of outdoor televisions offers a unique and creative way to bring families together during the colder months. To sweeten the deal, SunBriteTV is currently offering a mail-in rebate worth more than 10% of the purchase price on every model in the Signature Series line of outdoor televisions.
“People don’t need to hibernate in their houses between October and March every year,” said Tom Dixon, Vice President of Marketing at SunBriteTV. “Watching TV and movies outdoors – even during the fall and winter – delivers the old-school thrill of a traditional drive-in with the convenience and comforts of being at home. With our new customer rebate offering up to $600 cash back on the Signature Series, we’ve made outdoor television affordable.”
Whether it’s the latest blockbuster or a favorite Hollywood classic, movies come to vivid life on SunBriteTV’s Signature Series of televisions. Available in 32-, 46-, 55-, and 65-inch sizes starting for as low as $1,495 M.S.R.P (3260HD model before rebate), the hardest thing to choose will be what to watch next.
“Hot Mulled Spiced Wine” or “Gluhwein” for Movie Night Outdoors
Makes six servings (four ounces each):
3/4 cup water , 3/4 cup white sugar, 1 cinnamon stick, 1 orange, 10 whole cloves, 1 bottle red wine
1. Combine water, sugar and cinnamon in a small pot. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and allow to simmer
2. Cut orange into halves and squeeze the juice into the simmering pot. Push the cloves into the orange peel and place the peel into the pot. Continue to simmer for 30 minutes, until ingredients become syrupy
3. Add the wine and continue to heat until steaming (but do not boil). Remove the orange halves and cloves
4. Pour into mugs, turn on the SunBriteTV, and enjoy!
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