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CLIENT STORY: ELCA Network

This week’s Client Spotlight is on the ELCA Network and its headline event: Extravaganza 2022! The ELCA Youth Ministry Network works to strengthen and empower adult leaders of children, youth, and family ministry in service to Christ.

And, while we might be biased, what better way to build anticipation for a big event than with a hype video?!

As you watch our video in this week’s client spotlight, here’s a look at how the ECLA Network describes the annual gathering:

“It is so much more than a conference: it’s space to be stretched, it’s worship, it’s inspiring speakers, it’s […]

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CLIENT STORY: Rooted Real Estate – Meet the Team

This week’s Client Spotlight is on Rooted Real Estate: the Adriane Lau Team. The world may have taken a pause this past year, but home buyers and sellers kept moving – and so did their agents! We sat down with Adriane Lau, RE/MAX Team leader Associate Broker, to discuss the specific measures they took throughout the pandemic to ensure a seamless home buying and selling process – with a strong emphasis on teamwork.

The pandemic allowed her team of real estate agents to push the boundaries of technology, leading to sizable savings for their […]

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CLIENT STORY: Ingham Community Health Centers – Ronald’s Story

This week’s Client Spotlight is on Ingham Community Health Centers, a not-for-profit organization that provides high quality, easily accessible services that its residents value. We sat down with Ronald Charles, Medical Director at Ingham Community Health Centers, to discuss how important it is – more than ever before – to get the flu vaccine this year.

“The symptoms from COVID-19 can be very similar to symptoms of the flu… causing a delay in diagnosis and treatment. You definitely want to eliminate the possibility of the flu.”

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CLIENT STORY: Tri-County Office on Aging – Garret’s Story

This week’s Client Spotlight is on Tri-County Office on Aging, a not-for-profit organization that helps older adults access programs and benefits, improve their health, and remain active in their communities. We were fortunate enough to capture Garrett, a Tri-County member, as he spoke about his uplifting experience with the organization:

“I have just about exactly what I need right here now – housekeeping, Meals on Wheels, regular visits from nice people… It’s a solution for a person in my spot. A true solution – and that’s a rare thing indeed.”

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CLIENT STORY: Lansing For Black Lives – Breathe

Content Warning: Police Brutality, Flashes of Images, Epilepsy.

For this video, we were contacted by Lansing For Black Lives who wanted to do a video to remind everyone that no matter what is happening, to take a breathe and try to slow down. Take a break, and remember to Breathe.

They are an excellent client who’s vision is one that we share. We cannot wait to work with them again.

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CLIENT STORY: Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness – Voting While Homeless

This is a video we produced for the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness. They are a great organization that connects with extremely low income individuals and encourages them to participate in the voting process.

The Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness is dedicated to creating a sustainable statewide voice and the infrastructure and systemic change needed to empower communities to end homelessness.

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CLIENT STORY: Tri-County Office on Aging – Shyla’s Story

This was one of two client story videos that we did for The Tri-County Office on Aging. Shylah is an amazing lady with a story that needed to be told. The Tri-County Office on Aging isn’t just there to help older people, it is there to help all people age gracefully, regardless of who they are.

Tri-County Office on Aging‘s mission is to promote and preserve the independence and dignity of the aging population.

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CLIENT STORY: Todd Martin Youth Leadership – The Sandu Story

Todd Martin Youth Leadership had us telling the story of their foundation and a special family, the Sandus, involved with it. They are a truly remarkable client and family and were a blast to work with and film!

TMYL exists to prepare young people – especially those from under-resourced families and communities – for success as individuals and as active, responsible citizens, through innovative tennis, education, life skills, and leadership development programming.

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