Grow customer engagement by telling your brands story.
Business video will help you expand your audience by connecting with them. Similarly, your products will take on new light with sound and motion.
Here are a few of our favorite stories.
Dolly’s Diner in Princeton, WV, is Mom and Pop all the way. Customers enjoy a selection of American classics and homemade desserts made with love in a classic-diner setting. This business video was a favorite among the regulars.
David “Woody” Harman is an Artist Blacksmith. His wife, Brenda, is the resident Broom Maker of hand-tied Appalachian Brooms. Together, they own Brenwood Forge and are keeping ancient arts alive in modern times.
Appalachian Electronic Instruments specializes in quality and process control for the global textile industry. Located in West Virginia, their YTC 2000 is a premier tension-motion sensor system used in textile factories around the globe. This business video helped AEI reach thousands of customers world wide.
Family-owned and operated since 1964, Bailey Tree Farm at Bluestone Nursery in Camp Creek, WV, meets all your Christmas tree needs! Bring the whole family and sip some hot chocolate while dad cuts the tree.
Marcia Springston Dillon makes pottery in the studio adjacent to her Wake Robin Gallery in Summers County. She’s never seen any of her work. Not with her eyes, at least.
The Hinton Railroad Museum is filled with uniforms, artifacts from the early days of the C&O Railway and volunteer Dorothy Jean Boley, 94, will take you down memory lane! Located in downtown Hinton, WV.
Fiori Montessori is a private Montessori school committed to education which empowers children to become confident and independent thinkers. This Montessori school business video reached out to many parents.
The lovely ladies at Barefoot Woods do custom woodworking! Served with a hint of life philosophy.
Appalachian Extracts, in White Sulphur Springs, WV, offers high quality hemp derived CBD products sourced from West Virginia farmers.
A 1969 Chevy Chevelle SS outfitted with pride by No Love Industries.
The Raleigh County Council on Aging holds a music program for patients with Alzheimers. As old tunes spark memories and calm nerves, the patients are transported to happier days gone by.