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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 Shocking Orange: Vancouver Presentation Transcript

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