Last Sunday, we did some filming for our STICKY WICKY products. The day was big. The crew from Lights, Camera, Business looked after scripts, storyboards and the mechanics of the day. The rest was up to us - talent, props, wardrobe, catering and making sure everyone was happy in the green room. Many friends and neighbours came to the rescue - we are ever so grateful. As always, we are overwhelmed with the support that our village has given us while we nurture STICKY WICKY. Many thanks. Here's the first of 5 TVC/videos. Enjoy!
When we were one, STICKY WICKY had just begun.
When we were two, we thought we knew what to do.
When we were three, the road was bumpy. [believe me].
Kym Charles from Avalon Public School is a seasoned professional when it comes to school sporting activites. She says STICKY WICKY is a winner! "Well it's great for group sport because you've got kids of all different abilities. They get themselves into groups, make up their own rules and decide how they want to run things. Everyone is involved all the time. No one is waiting for turns. For the whole time, we are out here, there is never any kids sitting around. You can work on their skills or one-on-one or in groups if you need to. Just look at them! They love it. They are having fun."
Don’t worry about Plan B, she says. “If we had had a Plan B, I’m not confident we would have stuck to Plan A.” “When you fall in a heap – and you will – give yourself a moment to rest and then pop back up.