“Kids lack knowledge of how bring their voice to film,” said Jeffrey Harris, co-founder and CEO, SpringBIG. “The tablets help bring a creative voice to in-need kids."
Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) October 07, 2015
SpringBIG, a pioneer in small business loyalty marketing solutions, donated 20 tablets to Quiet on the Set!, the teen film workshop of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Broward County. The tablets will be used as film contest prizes and student incentives, for film writing and production, and for case managers to track student progress. “Quiet on the Set!: Teen Film Workshop” introduces at-risk high school students to professional film makers and actors for hands-on learning and life-changing skills.
“Kids identify with movies but generally lack knowledge of how bring their voice to film,” said Jeffrey Harris, co-founder and CEO, SpringBIG. “The tablets we provide can open a new world of creative storytelling, provide practical experience in film production and create life options these students would not otherwise have.”
Quiet on the Set! is offered to students in 9th through 12th grade who are at risk of educational failure, dropping out or involvement in juvenile delinquency and gang-related offences. Participating students gain the practical experience of creating a film from writing to final edit.
Founded in 2012, SpringBIG supports small business sales growth and sustainability through innovative loyalty marketing technology and techniques. Decades of marketing and IP expertise provide a solid foundation for SpringBIG, while continued research and development assure ongoing innovation. SpringBIG provides small business owners easy rewards program set-up, real-time program ROI reporting and secure built-in fraud protection.
Bill Bonner 630 297 9773