"We are very excited to offer our first behind-the-scenes access to the making of this iconic calendar. The Firefighters Calendar has a proud history of supporting charities that provide important services in our community." David Rogers
(PRWEB) November 21, 2016
The Australian Firefighters Calendar – one of the most sold and most loved calendars in the world – is about to release its first ever one-hour TV show. The documentary style, professional broadcast quality production will be available through global media channels, digital or free-to-air.
Since beginning 24 years ago, the Australian Firefighters Calendar has raised AUD$2.1 million for charity, supporting the Children’s Hospital Foundation, RSPCA, mates4mates, and Camp Oz. The show is a method of exposure, in the hopes that it will boost sales of the calendar and generate much-needed funds raised from each purchase.
The hour long production is a behind the scenes look at what makes this the world’s most iconic calendar:
- Watch Australia’s leading firefighters battle it out for a place in the calendar, including months of grueling training and preparation amidst their daily commitment to saving lives through the country’s firefighting service.
- Get a closer look at the official photoshoot, meet the calendar firefighters, and see who takes the coveted front cover for the 2017 Australian Firefighters Calendar.
- Take an in-depth look at the lives that are changed through the funds raised by the calendar, including the doctors of the burn unit and the kids at Camp Oz who have endured traumatic burns. The camp, which is an initiative of the Children’s Hospital Foundation, helps burn-affected kids cope and integrate into everyday life. It’s currently in jeopardy of closing and desperately needs urgent funding to continue operations.
Be among the first to view and share the three-minute TV show teaser here.
View images from the 2017 Firefighters calendar: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xhbqmnl4ggv5w1d/25xFFC_pics.pdf?dl=0
The full episode will be available for the media to broadcast from December 4, 2016. For media enquiries and more information, including images and access to the full show for distribution across media channels, contact:
+61 433 148 744