I received an interesting email from the Donovan Consulting Group who is doing an excellent job of promoting “A Force of Nature” campaign for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. This is going to be some great television and online video.
Good evening Clayton,
I am writing to you on behalf of my client the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and this time with the launch of their new TV Campaign known as ?A Force for Nature?. With the support of Canadian celebrities including Ryan Reynolds, Jason Priestley and Rachel Blanchard, A Force for Nature raises awareness about the need to safeguard our natural lands and waterways, while protecting the wildlife that lives there. With this in mind, NCC has hired me to help spread the word of the campaign and its participants to the online community.
The show premiers Wednesday, December 2 at 11 a.m. (EST) on Global TV in Toronto and Hamilton, 10 a.m. (MST), on CICT-TV Calgary-Lethbridge and 11 a.m. (PST), on CHAN-TV, Vancouver. It will air nationally on the CTV network on December 27 at 9 a.m. local time, with airings on regional stations throughout the month of December featuring the following:
? Ryan Reynolds profiles the Grizzly Bear?s battle for survival in the Canadian Rockies amid an expanding web of roads and human development.
? Jason Priestley takes viewers to Canada?s most southern point, the Pelee Region of Ontario – a last oasis for many rare and threatened species.
? William Shatner shares his love of Canada and talks about the importance of protecting a natural legacy.
? Rachel Blanchard explores the landscape of the prairies ? which are slipping into silence as the songbirds disappear.
? Denise Donlon, the program?s host, provides a clear call for urgent and important conservation work.
(To access additional video and photo assets please feel free to visit the NCC’s Social Media Release at www.donovangroup.ca/natureconservancy.html)
We hope that you find the information provided here of interest ? both as an educational vehicle as well as a way to help promote support for A Force for Nature. I invite you to contact Teva Harrison at NCC for more information on the program as well as some exciting ?behind the scenes? stories compiled during the making of the program at 416 932 0050 x 273 or Teva.Harrison@natureconservancy.ca
In the meantime, thank you for your consideration and we look forward to speaking with you soon.