American Heritage Girls Launch Video; 2-D Animated Video Connects Girls to Faith, Service and Fun
Contact: Jody Token, American Heritage Girls, 513-771-2025, email@example.com
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Oct. 10, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- What do karaoke, canoeing and cupcakes have in common? According to a 2D animated video from the American Heritage Girls (AHG), it's where faith, service and fun come together!
AHG encourages families who are seeking a Christ-centered scouting experience for their daughters to use the video before church services, Scout Sunday, conferences, back-to-school nights and other community events.
The video, just over two minutes in length, begins with the life of a little girl with big dreams. A literal stage suddenly expands to the girl reading her favorite book called "You can learn to fly." The narrator asks if she has heard of American Heritage Girls. An inquisitive "no" begins a journey of a lifetime unveiling the AHG program.
According to the video, AHG will help girls follow Christ, have lots of adventures, and discover their God-given dreams and purpose. The girl is swept onto a stage to experience several activities including theater, cake-decorating, canoeing and even sign language.
The action quickly places the girl into a paper airplane thus living out her deepest desire to be a pilot, missionary and translator.
In the end, the enthusiastic young girl is ready to join AHG. The video, part of the revised AHG Brand, is a copyright of American Heritage Girls, Inc. and must be used in its entirety.
AHG's video was produced by Vision House Studio, a full service video production and web design company. Vision House specializes in production for church and parachurch organizations.
American Heritage Girls (AHG) is a Christ-centered, character development program for all girls 5 - 18 years of age. AHG is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. Founded in 1995 in Cincinnati, Ohio, AHG has grown from ten troops and 100 members to more than 20,000 members across four countries and 47 U.S. states. With emphasis on Christian values and family involvement, girls participate in badge programs, service projects, leadership opportunities and outdoor experiences. AHG and the Boy Scouts of America share a Memorandum of Mutual Support to provide faith-based organizations a wholesome family scouting experience.
To schedule an interview with Patti Garibay, national executive director and founder of American Heritage Girls, contact Jody Token at 513.771.2025 or firstname.lastname@example.org