Getting to Business with BBT's 40 Under 40 and Fun at Killens Pond We are focusing on excellence this week with doing shoots for 40 under 40. Delaware Business Times awards 40 outstanding leaders under the age of 40 who are making a change through business excellence, innovative ideas, and what they do in their communities. The Fun Dept is back doing what they do best when we took a drive down to Killens Pond…
Week 11: Food, Music, Fun, and Empowerment.
Music for Liberia!
L.I.B and Moontown are on a mission to offer amazing music and opportunity to the people of Liberia. They were recently back in the King Creative studio producing music and capturing video content with Lady Mouthphy, Detrench, and Herb Middleton. These artists are all extremely talented and have a lot to offer the world of music. Keep an ear out for new music from L.I.B and Moontown!
When our friends from Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County came in to record a piece for a launch video, they had a blast inspiring their employees to be genuine brand ambassadors through cooperation with the King crew. The team was so energized and excited to be a part of the project that they completely forgot about the cameras and acted natural. We are absolutely certain that this amazing footage will inspire others to be their best selves and have a lot of fun while doing it! Thank you, Goodwill, for reminding us all that life is meant to be enjoyed.
Our adventure with Bardea continued, documenting their story as they work towards opening their latest concept, Bardea Steak, is slated to open soon, and we’ve been documenting their progress every step of the way. We’ve also been providing insight into the restaurant industry and celebrating their recent achievements. It’s been a lot of work, but it’s all been worth it. We can’t wait to see what Bardea Steak has in store for us! Vogue Magazine includes Bardea as one of the most anticipated restaurant openings of 2022. It’s been a long and winding journey with Bardea, but we’re finally nearing the finish line!
Aside from that, the post-production crew was hard at work on projects like the WBC @ True Access Capitals Her Story Our History event videos, the Boys and Girls Clubs Real Teens… and, of course, the never-ending stream of cat videos. (We’re looking at you, Steve.) It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it. And we’re always happy to oblige.
Real problems don’t exist, right? If something’s bothering you, it’s probably just in your head. You’re probably just being oversensitive or reading too much into things. Just relax and stop making a big deal out of everything.
Wrong. Real problems are very real, and they can have a major impact on your life. Just ask Harriet Tubman. She was born into slavery, and she endured years of physical and emotional abuse. But she didn’t let that stop her from fighting for her freedom. And once she finally escaped, she didn’t just sit back and enjoy her newfound liberty. She dedicated her life to helping others escape from slavery too.
And so we did a recap of our recent Harriet Tubman event, Calling On Harriet, as well as a Real Solutions Video.
Thank you for helping us get through another week that was inspiring, creative, and productive. Keep being awesome, and we’ll see you next week!
Stay Awesome and See You Next Week!