Jas Patrick

Los Angeles, California, US • 11:15 AM Local Time

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Jas Patrick

Category Business
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Jas Patrick shows diversity while narrating explainer videos!
Narrator , storyteller , inventor , executive , everyman , IT guy , guy next door , father , buddy , announcer , demonstrator , amusing , perky , believable , authentic , charismatic , confident , energetic , upbeat , friendly , chummy , animated , personable , fun , funny , relatable , nice , smiling , informative , informational , educational , knowledgeable , articulate , dynamic , smooth , bubbly , cool , hip , millennial , young adult , middle aged , serious , straight forward , strong
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
meet Horatio. Yes, Horatio is a hamster. More specifically, Horatio was the I T departments pet hamster until Marcus left the cage open after cleaning it. Now her ratio is racing from office to office. Here it intel as the I T guys try pathetically to catch him. What has Horatio learned about how Intel does business? Click on the links below to get a hamster's eye view of each department that Dole were not just pineapples. Check out this video to see how Dole is bringing produce from the farm to the table in sustainable, environmentally friendly ways. This is Kelly Kelly is having a pretty bad day. You see Kelly's daughter, Lisa? Yes, that one there with the tiara and the ferry sparkle eye shadow. Seriously, Kelly. What's up with eyeshadow on an eight year old? Well, anyway, Lisa decided to tell her whole class that she was having a Princess Pony party at home this weekend, and Kelly was the last one to find out. Now Kelly scrambling to put a party together on a tight budget. Good thing there's a family dollar nearby, with eight packs of Wonder brand burger and hot dog buns from 2 25 and tons of other great values. Kelly can breathe easy now about the whole unicorn thing. How exactly do you glue a horn on a dark?