Texas A&M 12th Man Foundation - 12.12.12 online video

Job #67613

Job Posting Details

Job # 67613 Texas A&M 12th Man Foundation - 12.12.12 online video

Posted Date
Nov 29, 2012 @ 20:15
Respond By
Nov 30, 2012
Word Count
200
Budget
$250 - $500
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Male
Age Range
Middle Aged
Category
Internet

Job Description

We are producing a 90 second online video for Texas A&M University's 12th Man Foundation. The purpose of the video is to raise funds for the Foundation by capitalizing on the stellar football season they've had, while using December 12th as a deadline to donate (12.12.12). The video will be emailed to alumni, and will appear exclusively on a microwebsite. It will feature highlights of their 2012 season and text treatments to inspire and motivate the viewer to donate by 12/12/12.

The VO should be strong but understated (no used car announcers please) with a bit of swagger. Somewhere between Sam Elliot and Dennis Leary from those Ford Truck commercials (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPQV0APBuNE).

They often use VO talent with a bit of a twang, but that is not required. Here's a video we produced for them earlier in 2012:

http://proofs.pursuantgroup.com/12thman/proofs/2012/2012_Membership/v3/nondonor/video.htm

IMPORTANT: While the tone of the script is a little cocky, they are weary about the VO sounding too arrogant. Specifically with the lines ""nice... an easy win"...Easy enough for ya, boys? Might wanna get used to it, cause the Aggies are not going anywhere." Try not to emphasize the pompousness too much, as the copy does that enough by itself.

The accompanying music will begin as a low drone, and kick in about the half-way mark with inspiring, grungy music. Because of the impending launch date for this video (12.12.12), we need to have a first cut of this video done by Monday, Dec 3rd. As such, please have your demo done by EOD Friday, Nov 30th. Thanks, and I look forward to what you come up with.


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