Shocking Orange: Vancouver

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  • Add Olympic rings in the dark space under the winter olympic games text - should be tasteful in size and not huge to fill the space
  • let’s keep the “In Nov of 2009” text in the same size font of the rest of the copy - while I do like it larger - I think
  • Correction - should be flame’s
  • Let’s keep the background behind the text the same color as we had in the first section
  • Let’s keep the background behind the text the same color as we had in the first section
  • Add Olympic rings in the dark space under the winter olympic games text - should be tasteful in size and not huge to fill the space
  • Shocking Orange: Vancouver

    1. 1. THE VANCOUVER 2010 WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES
    2. 2. In November of 2009…
    3. 3. In November of 2009… The flame was lit on Mt. Olympus for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games…
    4. 4. In November of 2009… The flame was lit on Mt. Olympus for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games…
    5. 5. For this landmark event, Ric served as the Sr. Creative Director & Command Centre Operations Manager
    6. 6. For this landmark event, Ric served as the Sr. Creative Director & Command Centre Operations Manager
    7. 7. For 109 days the Olympic flame moved around the world and across the wide expanse of the host country Canada –
    8. 8. For 109 days the Olympic flame moved around the world and across the wide expanse of the host country Canada –
    9. 9. For 109 days the Olympic flame moved around the world and across the wide expanse of the host country Canada –
    10. 10. For 109 days the Olympic flame moved around the world and across the wide expanse of the host country Canada –
    11. 11. The longest torch relay in the history of the Olympic games.
    12. 12. The longest torch relay in the history of the Olympic games.
    13. 13. The longest torch relay in the history of the Olympic games.
    14. 14. His responsibilities included design, development and production of the creative assets and direction of the 189 shows
    15. 15. His responsibilities included design, development and production of the creative assets and direction of the 189 shows
    16. 16. His responsibilities included design, development and production of the creative assets and direction of the 189 shows
    17. 17. He oversaw the customization of show elements for each celebration that integrated local performers and celebrities
    18. 18. He oversaw the customization of show elements for each celebration that integrated local performers and celebrities
    19. 19. He oversaw the customization of show elements for each celebration that integrated local performers and celebrities
    20. 20. featuring performances by presenting partners Coca-Cola, the Royal Bank of Canada and the government of Canada.
    21. 21. featuring performances by presenting partners Coca-Cola, the Royal Bank of Canada and the government of Canada.
    22. 22. featuring performances by presenting partners Coca-Cola, the Royal Bank of Canada and the government of Canada.
    23. 23. featuring performances by presenting partners Coca-Cola, the Royal Bank of Canada and the government of Canada.
    24. 24. THE VANCOUVER 2010 WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES
    25. 25. On January 20, 2010, Ric carried the Olympic flame during its passage through the mountains of British Columbia.
    26. 26. And achieved the goal of a lifetime with participation in the formal cauldron lighting at the Olympic Opening Ceremony on February 10, 2010.
    27. 27. THE VANCOUVER 2010 WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES
    28. 28. Text here

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