Marketing

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Commercial marketing/advertising projects.

Cecil County Christmas Parade

Produced in collaboration with the The Pickled Herring Pub AVIO simulcast the Cecil County Christmas Parade on December 6th, 2008. This is an archive recording of the live event.

Herr's: Super Chipper

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Created as part of Herr's 2008 Business Review & Profit Sharing presentation.
To read about the Telly award we received for this project, click here.

PointBlank Body Armor: Protect and Serve

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Impact. There is no other was to describe this suspenseful peace. PointBlank Body Armor was looking for something quick, realistic, and raw to grab the attention of customers to promote their products. This introductory segment was, written and directed by the AVIO team.

Selecon Light: PAC Stage Lights

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Australia-based stage lighting company, Selecon Light wanted a series of web ads to capitalize on the nick-name of their Pacific stage lights. Affectionately called PAC's in the industry, the Pacific features many attributes that older stage light designs can't compete with.

Malibu Filp Flop Camp

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Alan Taylor Agency created a series of “event for broadcast” featuring their client Malibu Rum.

Malibu Rum Product Promotional

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Alan Taylor Agency created an event marketing plan for Malibu Rum to present a million dollar contest in the same completive manor as a nationally televised, popular reality show, Survivor.

Glendale Road Bridge

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The Glendale Road Bridge is part of a three DVD video series. Created as a collaborated production venture orchestrated by Wallace Montgomery & Associates, an engineering and design firm, along with IA Construction and AVIO Productions. The Glendale Road Bridge was the most challenging production in construction video series because of the location and poor weather conditions.

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