Biz Card Exchange brings out Frederick’s Ghouls

Dozens make Halloween greeting videos with Digital Bard

Clark Briggs in the Haunted Mansion

Clark Briggs in the Haunted Mansion

October 21, 2010: The Frederick Chamber of Commerce Business Card Exchange, co-hosted by Imagination Center, Digital Bard and The Alternative Board Coaching, brought out over 150 of the area’s business owners and leaders. We taped about 35 fun Halloween greetings on our portable green screen.

Participants were directed to act out a short (10 second) scene against the green screen that will be matched with an animated video (think Scooby-Doo) created by our ace motion graphics guru. Three different scenes were created and guests were allowed to choose their favorite. We’ll be producing them and posting them to our YouTube Channel in the coming week.

We are encouraging participants to send out these holiday videos to friends and clients, sharing them through YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. And since our logo appears at the end, we get a tiny bit of love spread with each one. (Guerrilla Marketing tip – make it easy for people to advertise for you.)

Thanks to all the guests who trusted us enough to ride a broom, creep up to a haunted mansion or inhabit a graveyard in our green screen videos. You are going to love them!

~ Whitney

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