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That’s A Wrap – Week 6

Week 6: Shooting The Pilot of The Frozen Farmer and Preparing For DoMore24DE

Real Problems, Real Solutions

We began the week in the studio, capturing video for Delaware’s Boys & Girls Clubs, featuring its youth champions discussing real-world concerns and offering real-world solutions. The results were incredibly powerful, and it was amazing to see the kids so engaged and articulate on such important topics. It was a great reminder of the vital role that organizations like the Boys & Girls Clubs play in our communities. They provide a safe and fun place for the youth to spend their time, but they also help develop leadership skills and instill a sense of civic responsibility. We’re proud to have been able to work with such an outstanding organization, and we’re looking forward to sharing the finished material with everyone.

Prep Department

At The Fun Dept, we believe in the power of preparation. That’s why we set aside time for our staff, the fun department, and our clients to prepare and strategize. We want to make sure that everyone is on the same page and that everyone has a chance to contribute. That way, when it comes time to execute, we can all move forward together with confidence. 

So whether we’re Back in the studio, assisting Esther Graham with the recording of a new TEDX talk, or getting ready to host Do’s forthcoming 24-hour live webcast, we always take the time to prepare. And that’s why we’re able to consistently produce great work that you’ll surely love.

The #MILLSUMMIT Podcast had us out on-location shooting and recording their pilot episode at The Frozen Farmer down in Bridgeville, DE. It was great to see Blake the Brain in action and hear Katey Jo Evans’ story firsthand.

Back in the studio at our home base we helped Esther Graham record and produce a new talk for an upcoming TEDx Trinidad event.


Is your non-profit organization registered on DoMore4DEL yet? It is hard not to get excited to host the upcoming 24-hour live stream for #DoMore24DE on March 3 and 4, 2022. Last year we raised 1.9 million dollars for nonprofits throughout the State of Delaware. This year we are looking to break that number and help even more – will we break $2 million? 

Looking back, it was a week of productivity, creativity, and inspiration.

Stay Awesome and Stay Tuned!

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