Title: “Don’t Drink and Drive or You May not Survive”

Writer: Preston Jensen

Length: 60 Seconds

 

Audio

Script

SFX- Crowd Cheering (before during and after dialogue)

The thirty…the 20…the 10…Touchdown!!

 

That was me laying in the end zone after scoring another touchdown. I thought I was pretty cool, on my way to a good college football career. I always loved hearing people count down on a long touchdown run.

SFX- Car Crash (before dialogue)

Now I’m lying in a field, a corn field. Trying to figure out why I can’t get up. What's that sticking out of my leg? Oh, it's my bone. I'm scared. Counting down the hours until someone finds me. Only thing I can see is a wrecked truck.

SFX-Can popping and party noise

(before dialogue going into the beginning of dialogue)

Last I remembered I as at a party having a good time. Luckily someone found me, but everything I worked for is gone. Don’t Drink and Drive or you may not survive.

 

 

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Title: “Don’t Drink and Drive or You May Not Survive”

Writer: Preston Jensen

Length: 15 seconds

 

Visual and Audio

Script

Person tossing and turning in bed

Have trouble Sleeping?

Person unhappily cleaning ears with cue tips.

Think it is a chore to clean your ears?

Visual of person laying in hospital bed cleaning pins.

Imagine trying to sleep with metal pins hanging out of your leg.  And twice a day you have to clean those pins.

Person getting into a car.

All because you drove.

Person in hospital bed talking to audience.

Don’t Drink and Drive or You May Not Survive.

 

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Title: “Don’t Drink and Drive or You May Not Survive”

Writer: Preston Jensen

Length: 30 seconds

 

 

Visual/Audio

Script

Person on screen talking in front of a hospital.

Nurses are really awesome people. You should take the time to get to know some.

Nurses working in a hospital.

They are the true heartbeat of a hospital. Doctors are usually not there with you.  Nurses are the people with you 24/7 and tending to your needs.

Person talking to camera.

I didn’t think nurses were that important until I spent six months in the hospital.

Flashbacks of narrator in hospital.

I thank my nurses for keeping me alive.  Don’t Drink and Drive or You May Not Survive.

 

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