99 Cents for a Very Merry Cheer Video to Raise Money for Make-A-Wish Foundation and CFC Media Lab
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As boisterous as the holidays can be, they still happen during winter – a time where it’s easy to catch the blues. If you’re tired of watching your friends, family and co-workers mope around the house and drag their feet all over the grey, slushy city sidewalks, today’s WagJag is for you. Brought to you by the folks at CFC Media Lab, firm opponents of holiday brooding, this deal allows you to purchase a healthy dose of Very Merry Cheer, or in technical terms, a short, sweet and entertaining holiday video for only 99 cents. All proceeds for this deal go to the Make-A-Wish® Foundation and CFC Media Lab’s scholarship fund.
This Christmas, don’t become dejected by the things set out to kill the holiday spirit like the quagmire of slush on your driveway or the film Silent Night, Deadly Night. Consume a healthy dose of cheer by watching one of CFC’s one-of-a-kind videos that feature a mixed bag of celebrity appearances, sensational scat artists, fiery folk singers, unemployable elves and the odd mystery guest or two. Each time you watch one of these videos, you’ll smile doubly, knowing your purchase has given a gift to a sick child or supported the arts through CFC Media Lab’s scholarship program to fund training for new media developers.
A MacBook Air may cost $1049 and the latest Canon camera usually goes for $649, but your Very Merry Cheer video is 99 cents – as close to priceless as you can get these days. Check out the jubilant trailer to see a few tidbits of what you’re in store for.
Part of the Canadian Film Centre, North America’s leading institution for writing, directing, producing and editing films and TV series, CFC Media is a facility built on bolstering emerging technologies in media through research and training. Make-A-Wish® Foundation is an international charity that grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. To date, it has fulfilled the wishes of 250,000 children in over 35 countries.