Thursday, November 20, 2008

Attention Everyone Who Lives Close to ME (OR THOSE WILLING TO TRAVEL)

Sprout is looking for parents with or without their tots to appear on some promotional pieces for the channel. If you are interested, email me ASAP at dalessandrochristine@gmail.com and I will forward your name onto Chris F, who happens to be the most amazing television editor on the face of the planet (and also does work for Sprout). In other words, he's the man with the connection.

Here's the info:

Hello Sprout Fans!

We are looking for parents, caregivers and kids ages 2-6 who want to share with us what they love about Sprout. Is it seeing her face light up when Chica squeaks? Or the time you spend together perfecting his paper plate fishbowl masterpiece? Or just that feeling you have when you are snuggled up together winding down after a busy day. We would love for you to join us so we can showcase to our various audiences how important Sprout is in your lives.

The shoot will take place in the homes of two viewers over the course of two days. We are targeting the first or second week in December to shoot and hope to secure between 10 and 15 parents or caregivers. Please let me know if you would like to participate (with or without your preschooler) and if you wish to offer your home as a location for which we may shoot.

As Sprout grows it is of utmost importance to us to hear from YOU, the parents, caregivers and preschoolers who are dedicated to Sprout, so that we can continue to make an impact in the lives of our young viewers.

Thank you and look forward to hearing from you!

2 comments:

Amy M. said...

You know this is right my (well, our) alley...right? Did he choose you because of your (well, our) head-shots? This is just one of the (many, many) times I am so sad we are long-distance! This would be better than when I was on MTV Europe dedicating "Father Figure" to Kevin McCormick. Much better.

Abbie, Paul, Drew and Charlotte's Web said...

I'd love to do it, but they'd have to come to OUR home in NC...oh, well.