Mimosa

Job #2501

Job Posting Details

Job # 2501 Mimosa

Posted Date
Nov 29, 2006 @ 21:59
Respond By
Dec 4, 2006
Word Count
0
Budget
$100
Language
English
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Business

Job Description

About Us:

Envision Media is an Integrated Event Marketing Firm focused on delivering exceptional results for the event marketing industry.

We are looking for 5 different voices to be used in a Business Presentation. There's not a lot of script, so be creative.

I look forward to working with you.

Thanks, Kevin

1. sultry woman

script:

“…And then she…she said, “ if I don’t find that lost e-mail by 4 p.m., I should think about finding a new job!”

“But wait, you’re Brad, the IT director, right? Jim, let him talk…if anybody can find that e-mail, it’s him!

2. male business exec.

Script:

“…Yikes. You’ve got yourself into a real jam…that blasted e-mail’s gotta be somewhere on our server…”

“A Mimosa? Are you out of your mind? It’s going to take more than a cocktail to save her job!”

3. male hero, this character will be a hero with a slight southern accent, Bill Clinton like, but not strong

Script:

“Yes, that’s me, and if you’ll give me just a minute, I can show you how to retrieve that pesky e-mail…follow me.

“….You obviously didn’t read the memo I sent out…Thanks to our new Mimosa Live Content Archiving, you can instantly retrieve historical e-mails and other data within seconds. With Mimosa, nothing is ever lost! It’s all right here, at your fingertips!

4. woman with slight Asian accent, business

Script:

“Say, you’re Brad the IT wizard, right? I sure hope you can help me. I’m working on a big legal case and the SEC wants us to produce all related e-mails by close of business Friday…”

“And if we don’t win this case, I – along with you and everybody else in this company -- will need new jobs!

5. Male 1950s style announcer

Script:

“7:30 a.m. Global business is hard at work, increasing productivity, enhancing profitability and driving shareholder value…”

“Information Eureka!”


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