The Heritage Park Splash Pad Ad of 2010 is a 31-second ad created by the intern trio in the mid-June of 2010, intended to help advertise to residents of Farmington Hills that a new splash pad feature had been added to Heritage Park's inventory.
Various shots of kids and parents running around in giant sprinklers on a large slide pad flashed one after another, while the narrator attempted to inform viewers of the fun that they could expect.
It took a day or so of shooting by Lamarr, followed by several days of editing by Frank and Lamarr, to put this together. The Dozerfleet founder helped revise the script for narration, then read the final script in SWOCC's back recording room. A TV slide similar to those being made for the channel slides was inserted into the end of this piece, as a closing graphic.
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Figure below is a rough estimate, based on an assumed budget. Due to the low score, it does not seem likely the event's costs will draw much heat on city hall.