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Explainer video male & female

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Description

2-minute explainer video for a non-profit organization with male & female parts. Voiced by Stephanie Murphy & Brian Sovryn. Contact Stephanie to hire both actors as a team.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

US General American (GenAm), US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US West Coast (California, Portland)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
food isn't something that most people really think about. For most people, it's just part of their day. Yeah, you have the money to go out and eat lunch with your friends. When you get home, you have food in your pantry. So for most people, it's surprising to hear that 49 million Americans live with hunger. That means men, women and Children do not know where their next meal is coming and pour salt into those wounds. America throws away half a trillion dollars worth of food every year. That's like building Google's current market cap every year and throwing it in the trash broad strokes. Or that millions of Americans are starving for billions of dollars of food or being thrown in the dumpster. When you think about it, this is like the most ridiculous problem you can have. So that's why we hear it on Sung have decided to do something about it. We're leveraging the sharing economy to solve hunger with the unsung app. If you're a restaurant, grocery store, catering service or if you just have extra food, all you need to do is love onto our app and tell us what you have you'll get a tax deduction and instantly our volunteer drivers will get a notification and they will pick up that donated food and deliver it to someone. And that's the beauty of your not relying on the large organization on song is made up of people like you and me who contribute their spare time by logging into the app on their schedule. Kind of like a Newberg driver. Uh, I don't think we can say uber. Okay. Another cool thing about it is that every donated meal, like every single one, is broadcast on our life feet, so you can view all the good deeds being done in your community in real time. So unsung has a new kind of transparency. And what's more, the people on the unsung actually compete against each other to do the most good. Leaderboards and badges show you the most active, unsung heroes in your community, incentivize the people doing the most good bye, tipping them directly. Hunger in America is a huge problem, but we can leverage sharing economy and each other to make hunger a thing of the past. Let's do this unsung dot or gtech hunger pack hunger