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Operation Tango Romeo is pleased to announce that its Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) Recovery Podcast is being listened to in Asia and Australia

Operation Tango Romeo is pleased to announce that its Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) Recovery Podcast is being listened to in Asia and Australia

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Calgary, AB, Canada – Operation Tango Romeo is quickly becoming one of the most listened to Post Traumatic Stress Support Podcasts in the world today boasting 14,000 downloads. The podcast listeners have been steadily growing in number and now Asia and Australia are listening as well. That fact puts the Operation Tango Romeo PTS Injury Recovery Podcast in the top 25 listened to Podcasts worldwide.

“I could not be prouder of the growing listener base that the Op Tango Romeo podcast is gaining” said Mark Meincke, CEO at Operation Tango Romeo. “The podcast continues to bring in industry and medical experts who provide listeners with great tools to help them cope with PTS and have a better quality of life moving forward.”

Post Traumatic Stress does not just affect the individual who endures the trauma, but also the families and loved ones of these individuals. The podcast was created out of Mark’s experiences in working with individuals with PTS injuries, and the knowledge that there needed to be a place where those suffering could reach out to listen to people who are dealing with the same issues that they are. “It is truly amazing to have learned that the podcast is reaching people in Asia and Australia. Reaching those markets really demonstrates the need for the podcast and just how many people struggle with PTS injuries on a global scale” added Meincke.

The podcast is available on the following platforms:

  • Spotify – Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast | Podcast on Spotify
  • Apple Podcasts – ‎Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast on Apple Podcasts

About Op Tango Romeo
The Trauma Recovery Podcast for Military, Veterans, First Responders, and their families. PTSD Recovery is a tough road, and it can not be travelled alone. Here is how OP TR helps.

1. Listening to the show is a form of peer support. Hearing stories from people who have been there, done that…just like you, are POWERFUL things. Knowing
you are not alone IS healing.

About The Vancouver Island Works Project After spending years in the digital marketing and customized training industries the Vancouver Island Works Project found that they really enjoyed working with members giving back to their communities. They enjoy not only providing training, but being there
as a small business resource. People come to us for digital marketing, web design creation, sales training, and tools to help them either start a small business, or improve an existing one.

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