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Find a Sports Job by Giving First

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Part of my thoughts in starting SportsNetworker was to use my contacts in the sports industry for the purpose of helping others find or advance a career. That has worked out for many people. I enjoy hearing about people’s success.

While some people look to find an existing position in the sports industry, others simply blaze their own trail. These stories are unique and are often worth telling. Consider Joe Davis, who just a few short years ago launched Big-Game Preserve Video Production.

Davis originally started Big-Game in the living room of his rural Michigan home. At that time, his operations consisted of nothing more than two VCRs, a crate full of VHS tapes, and a record/pause button.

From these humble beginnings, Big-Game has evolved into a professional production company with state-of-the-art editing equipment and clients from around the country. Big-Game uses Final Cut Pro editing suite (which is the same program Hollywood used in making “Batman Returns”). This allows Davis’ team to offer a variety of products including team highlight films, recruiting films, promotional videos, commercials, and more.

Equally impressive, is the fact that each film option is fully customizable and Big-Game will work with its clients to create the perfect video for their purpose. In fact, Davis and the team at Big-Game produced the video used to promote LinkedWorking, the book I co-authored with Frank Agin and released on March 1st.  (Watch Video Below)

If you are looking for a professional yet affordable post-production company, then consider Big-Game. They provide a top-of-the-line, customized product, but they do it without forcing their clients to “go deep” into their pockets.

With Big-Game, the game plan is simply … you provide the footage, and they capture it forever. To learn more about Big-Game Preserve Video Production visit its website at www.biggamepreserve.com or contact Joe Davis at 517-316-5826 or via e-mail at davisj@stu.beloit.edu.

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