Home Depot® Now Selling Winegard Digital TV Antennas to Meet Growing Demand for Free HDTV Viewing in Communities

 Home Depot® Now Selling Winegard Digital TV Antennas to Meet Growing Demand
                     for Free HDTV Viewing in Communities

Easy to install FlatWave® and FreeVision® antennas available nationwide

PR Newswire

BURLINGTON, Iowa, March 26, 2013

BURLINGTON, Iowa, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Winegard Company, a leader
and pioneer in the design and manufacture of Antenna reception products,
announced today that its FlatWave™ indoor TV antenna and FreeVision® outdoor
HDTV antenna will be available in Home Depot® stores nationwide starting the
week of March 18.

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This makes Home Depot the first retail location in America where the
FreeVision antenna is available.

"Rapid changes in antenna technology now give consumers access to the highest
rated digital programs without monthly programming fees," said Winegard
National Sales Manager Grant Whipple. "Home Depot is a perfect retail store
for the FlatWave and FreeVision, because most customers are do-it-yourselfers
and these digital antennas are easy to install – buyers can have the highest
quality free HDTV and channels not available from pay TV providers in

"The FlatWave is an indoor antenna that can be placed anywhere for the best
reception and provide near Blu-ray™ quality picture," said Whipple. "The
FreeVision is an ultra-compact outdoor antenna that can be installed outdoors
or in an attic, so homeowners don't have to struggle putting it on a roof."

The FlatWave and FreeVision are designed to outperform traditional antennas
and always provide high definition without the hassle. Consumers no longer
need to climb on a roof to install an antenna or constantly adjust TV rabbit
ears to get reception.

The FlatWave is a razor thin digital TV antenna designed to receive free
off-air HD broadcast signals with its dual band technology. The high-tech
product can be laid flat or hung on a wall or window, and its black and white
design can quickly disappear and fit in with virtually any home decor.

The FreeVision TV antenna is designed for outdoor and attic installations and
comes with high-band VHF and UHF digital TV  reception for free HD
programming. It's easy to install in an attic or outside on a deck or side of
a house and can hook up to multiple TVs, so consumers can receive quality
picture throughout their home. It is paintable to blend with any surroundings
and pulls in free HDTV signals up to 30 miles away.

FlatWave Indoor Antenna FreeVision Outdoor Antenna
13 in. by 12. In.       20.57 in. by 12.98 in. by 6.20 in.
0.34 lbs                1.12 lbs
High Definition VHF/UHF High Definition VHF/UHF
Up to 35 miles          Up to 35 miles
15 ft. coax cable       50 ft. coax cable
$39.99                  $39.99

The FlatWave can also be found at getfreetv.com. The Winegard FlatWave and
FreeVision are both made in the USA.

About Home Depot

The Home Depot is the world's largest home improvement specialty retailer,
with 2,257 retail stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto
Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico. In fiscal
2011, The Home Depot had sales of $70.4 billion and earnings of $3.9 billion.
The Company employs more than 300,000 associates. The Home Depot's stock is
traded on the New York Stock Exchange and is included in the Dow Jones
industrial average and Standard & Poor's 500 index.

About Winegard

Winegard Company is a respected world leader in the design and manufacture of
innovative antenna products for satellite and terrestrial communications.
Since its founding in 1954, Winegard's pioneering solutions have shaped the
industry for home, recreational vehicle (RV), truck, marine, medical and
automotive antennas. The company's 2-way VSAT antennas provide real-time
broadband solutions for extreme and remote environments in support of the oil
and gas industries, as well as military and emergency response teams. Winegard
is a privately-owned company that designed the first residential multi-channel
antenna for the U.S. It has designed more than 1,000 antenna models and does
custom antenna design and development work. To learn more about Burlington,
Iowa-based Winegard, visit http://www.winegard.com or call 800-288-8094.

SOURCE Winegard Company

Website: http://www.winegard.com
Contact: Shelby Kraus, HRB Public Relations, 319-298-0242, x125,
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