Training Video Voiceover

Job #6202

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Job # 6202 Training Video Voiceover

Posted Date
Feb 9, 2008 @ 16:35
Respond By
Feb 19, 2008
Word Count
0
Budget
$250
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Documentaries

Job Description

This is a training video narration used to explain proper kitchen grease disposal procedures to restaurants. The final script is still being written, but the total time should not exceed 14 minutes. Part One is scripted, attached and is representative of the kind of format required.

Special consideration will be given to talent that have the ability to do the same English voiceover in Spanish appropriate to the Southeastern US. (Note: the Spanish version will fall under a separate budget up to $350)

Please, if you cannot work within the budget range specified DO NOT waste your time and mine by submitting an audition. The government client for this project has a tight budget they are holding me to.

Also, Talent auditioning without indicating the final "out the door" buyout price will be deleted.

I respect and appreciate your abilities and thank you for your interest in this project.


Please find a portion of the script below for audition purposes. Full script available in attachment.



A look behind the scenes at a restaurant finds a flurry of activity.

Frying up a batch of fries…grilling that burger well-done…making and baking cakes, pies and desserts…it’s a never ending job for hard-working people like you.


At the end of the day, your hard work in the kitchen creates various amounts of used fat, oil, and grease that eventually have to be wiped up, cleaned up and thrown out.

So where do these by-products come from?


Fats are found in dairy products like butter and ice cream.

Oil is found in the fryer…but also in products like salad dressings and mayonnaise.

Grease is comes from cooking meats on the grill.

All of these leftovers from the grill…the prep area…and even the dairy case…should never be poured down…or washed down…the sink or floor drain….because those greasy remains can eventually build-up and clog-up the sewer.

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