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Tinseltown comes to St Helier

Tinseltown comes to St Helier

Thursday 05 December 2013

Tinseltown comes to St Helier


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Spike productions is offering free video Christmas cards to St Helier shoppers this week on Thursday and Friday lunchtimes between midday and 2pm.

Spike productions is offering free video Christmas cards to St Helier shoppers this week on Thursday and Friday lunchtimes between midday and 2pm.

Based between the corner of BHS and Accessorize, the Spike team are happily filming short Christmas video greetings for busy shoppers in return for donations to the Jersey Christmas Appeal.

If you have family here, there or anywhere that you won't (or even will) be seeing this Christmas, this is a perfect way to send them a professionally filmed Christmas message and add some festive filmic fun.

It couldn't be simpler, you decide what you want to say, pick a background and deliver your message straight to the camera. Spike takes care of the rest!

You will be sent a link to your clip on YouTube that you can then embed, blog, post, like, share tweet etc... The Spike guys are collecting on behalf of the Jersey Christmas Appeal whilst bringing a little bit of tinsel town to the high street.

Jersey Director Phil Bouchard said, "We have this great Pop-up studio that can literally go anywhere and give people the chance to film any message they want, so we thought why not give St Helier shoppers the chance to star in their own online video Christmas greeting. We had a great result on our first day with families, rugby players, visitors and our own Aussie expat Tom jumping in front of the lens. As well as giving our time and services for free we have teamed up with the Jersey Christmas Appeal to help raise funds for local charities. None of this would be possible without the support of Constable Simon Crowcroft and other parish officials who have been very receptive to the idea."

For more information search Spike Productions on Facebook & Twitter or visit www.spikeprodcutions.co.uk

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