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Are you going to #NAD2016 in Phoenix? Bring your kids! Register your kids for Kids Camp at phoenix.nad.org by May 31, 2016.
VIDEO DESCRIPTION AND TRANSCRIPT: Video fades quickly to Kristy in front of a maroon wall. A small white NAD logo appears on the bottom right.
KRISTY: Hello, I’m Kristy Arney Griffin and I am the Kids Camp Coordinator for the NAD Conference during July 6-8, 2016 which takes place on Wednesday through Friday.
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I guarantee your children will never forget this camp! We’ve got some exciting field trips planned.
ON-SCREEN: photo of DESERT BOTANICAL GARDENS, photo of BUTTERFLY WONDERLAND, photo of PHOENIX ZOO, photo of ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER, photo of CHASE FIELD.
KRISTY: And there’s more! We have several performers lined up! Children will enjoy watching, learning, and interacting with these performers.
ON-SCREEN: yellow text “#NAD2014 KIDS CAMP” — photo of a young child pointing from inside an aquarium tunnel, photo of several kids sitting on the floor and one signs “turtle”, photo of an adult standing in front of a group of children, photo of a few teenagers and adults playing with a beach ball inside, photo of a group of adults and children standing inside a history museum and in front of a life size dinosaur skeleton, photo of two young children.
KRISTY: Come and bring your children and register for Kids Camp! The NAD provides family friendly activities for your children to enjoy.
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KRISTY: If you have any questions, you can email email@example.com.
ON-SCREEN TEXT: CONFREG@NAD.ORG
KRISTY: I’m sure your children will have fun — join us!
Video fades to a blue/purple sky with stars, the NAD logo appears up top as the moon. Yellow and white text: phoenix.nad.org / A production of the National Association of the Deaf / (copyright logo) All Rights Reserved.
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