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I am seeking a male talent to audition for our AVO role for a non-union/non-broadcast spot. Record will either be 6/17 or 6/20, time tba, in midtown west. Talent must be able to physically attend the record.
Male, 30’s-40s. Commanding voice. Not over-the-top or announcer-y. More gravitas than jokey. A cool confidence. Think Coach Taylor from Friday Night Lights or Coach Boone from Remember the Titans.
Thank you! Stephanie 2016-06-16 02:11:47 GMT 2016-06-16 14:39:38 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed - Note: This project was manually closed by the voice seeker before it reached its original deadline. 0 0 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 100 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
United States, New York, New York City
We see a hand reaching into a cooler full of ice and beers. The hand emerges holding an orange Beer with the Denver Broncos logo on it.
We then hear a voiceover.
VO: Will this can repeat?
We then see a black Beer can adorned with the Carolina Panthers logo. It’s being held high in the air by a female Panthers fan who’s dabbing (which is Cam Newton’s signature move). She’s at a Panthers tailgate.
VO: Or is this your can’s year?
We now three excited football fans wearing jaguar-spotted tuxedos as they walk through a tailgate in Jacksonville. One of them pulls a Bud Light from inside his jaguar-spotted cummerbund. The beer has a Jacksonville Jaguars logo on it.
VO: Your can takes it to the limit.
We then see inside a packed Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The raucous crowd, decked out in red, is standing and cheering with Chiefs Beer cans in their hands. It’s LOUD. The voiceover has to yell over the loud Kansas City crowd.
VO: YOUR CAN HAS THE LOUDEST FANS IN THE NFL.
The camera quickly pans to a Guinness Book of World Records fact checker wearing large headphones and sound-measuring equipment. He gives a thumbs-up as if to say “Yep, they’re the loudest.”
We then see a shot following a group of Seahawks fans walking toward CenturyLink field. One of them is wearing a 12 flag as a cape. We see that he has a Beer Seahawks 12-pack under his arm.
VO: Your can has a whole extra man.
We then see the outside of a country music bar in Nashville. The marquee reads: LIVE MUSIC STARTS WHEN TITANS GAME ENDS.
VO: Sleeper cans.
We see a 49ers Beer can being held by a hand that has a Super Bowl ring on each finger, one for each Super Bowl the Niners have won.
VO: Rebuilding cans.
We now see a Carolina Panthers Beer can sitting outside on the concrete ground. Suddenly a foot enters frame and steps on it, completely crushing it. We reveal that the can was stepped on by an Atlanta Falcons fan, one of the Panthers biggest rivals.
VO: Cans that make other rivalries look like two-hand touch.
We then see NFL reporter Adam Schefter, holding a microphone and speaking to camera, commenting on the previous scene.
SCHEFTER: Per my sources, these two cans don’t like each other very much.
We then see New York Jets fans tailgating outside MetLife stadium in New York. They’re holding green Beer with the Jets logo displayed on them proudly.
VO: So never stop reminding people how your can is spelled.
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