The subject heading in this e-mail could have been “Happy New Year”, but I’m not sure when the statute of limitations runs out on that greeting. Regardless, I hope there’s been a certain amount of residual glee left over from the holidays for you. Incidentally, if there’s anything else left over you should seriously consider disposing of it by now.
Oh yeah, if 2006 hasn’t been everything it was cracked up to be to date, I’ve included another fun link in this edition to lift your spirits. Or simply kill some time. Feedback from the Christmas newsletter indicated the ‘Santa & The Snowballs’ game was a huge hit! Literally 🙂
Before I bring you another tantalizing update from the dangerous world of voice-overs and on-camera hosting, I’d like to wish happy belated birthday to the legendary King of Rock & Roll. This past Sunday Elvis would have been 71 years old. My gal Teaghan, who recently turned 71 DAYS old belted out her rendition of “Happy Birthday” (without her “Teddy Bear”).
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There’s a talking mouse. Has a big theme park in Florida. You may have heard of it. If not, I help spread the message in Walt Disney World Resort’s new winter advertising campaign enticing families to the fun and warmth of the Sunshine State.
I had the privilege of providing the voice over for the 30-second national TV commercial, “Be A Hero“, airing in Canada. The American version of the ad features Kelsey Grammer, of “Frasier” fame, lending his mellifluous tones to the spot. The promotion went North America-wide this week!
By the way, you can take a family of four on a Walt Disney World vacation and stay for six nights and seven days for less than 1500 dollars US!
Probably more fun if it’s your own family you’re taking.
(Ed. Note: no actual mice were harmed, or forced to speak against their will, for the purpose of this newsletter)