NAE “Quick Takes” – 25-Part Free Enterprise Commercials to Launch (Posted October 8, 2010)

The National Association of Entrepreneurship announced this week that it will begin production of television commercials entitled "NAE Quick Takes” in January 2011. The series will include 25 spots, each featuring a single-topic free-enterprise lesson designed for sixth to twelfth graders. Each lesson will be presented through a contemporary business example.

These high-definition commercials will be produced by Emmy-Award-winning Pinpoint Media, and commercial airing is scheduled for late first quarter 2011. “I look forward to their completion,” says Thomas Zucker, NAE Member and Edgepoint Capital CEO. “The Quick Take message is so positive.”

The “Quick Take” commercials will also be featured off air (as a compilation combined with additional content) to create a comprehensive 1-hour program teaching important lessons about free enterprise. The film will be supplemented with a workbook to offer a complete lesson-based program for schools and parents. “Quick Takes” will cover a range of topics, from innovation to job creation, and highlight the essential significance of free enterprise in the world today. “Every student in America should have this program,” says Shannon Burns, NAE Member and Victory Solutions CEO. “The Quick Take series presents interesting and compelling facts about freedom and economics not found elsewhere – and its timing couldn’t be better.”

The National Association of Entrepreneurship is the voice of America's Mid-Market Leaders. NAE provides essential research, critical content, and unparalleled connectivity, and hosts a series of events annually, including the Free Enterprise forum, CEO Briefings Circuit, and the NAE Legislative and Technology Summits. NAE strives to advance the valuable role of free enterprise in the United States.

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