This is part of a series of posts intended to catch up on events from last year that I failed to blog about.
Last fall, my company held its annual Ethics Film Festival, and my co-worker and I (and our talent) threw our hat into the ring yet again. This was the second year we had entered, after winning the trophy in 2007 (our winning entry can be seen here and here). We wanted to do something drastically different, and but still tell a good story.
We were chosen as finalists, and we headed out to the company headquarters in Charlotte, NC. The prize package for finalists was similar to 2007, except instead of a football game in the company suite, we were going to a NASCAR race.
At the awards ceremony we ended up not being chosen as the winner, but hey, with a free trip, a weekend at a nice hotel and tickets to watch the NASCAR race in the company suite, we were all winners that day my friend. Here is our entry:
I am not really a NASCAR fan per se, but it was a lot of fun to experience in person. Kathryn's husband, Shawn, put together a video from the race with some sweet shots near the wall.
The time is approaching to do another video and try to reclaim the trophy. Ideas?