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Friday, July 22, 2011 - New Online Lost and Found System :: (Media Campaign)

We all have stuff ... Protect it! 

Found It is a revolutionary new lost and found service that needed some assistance creating buzz and getting the word out about their new company. Their solutions allow individuals to track lost items and provides finders incentives to return those lost items. is secure, giving users who sign up greater comfort in knowing they may recover their belongings quickly, easily, and most importantly, without ever giving up their personal identity. To achieve their goal, company officials turned their attention to video. Mindshift Media, along with STVP, produced this campaign that was created exclusively for Found It and revealed at the company’s launch party in Seattle, Washington.

It's EASY -- sign up for an account, place your stickers and start using today. 

It's AFFORDABLE -- Plans start at just $19.99 per year. 

It's RELIABLE -- Found it uses a simple system in concert with cutting edge technology to help you recover lost belongings quickly and easily. 

It's SECURE -- Protecting your identity is our biggest priority. Our system allows someone to immediately contact you via email, text OR phone without ever knowing your personal information. 

Welcome to Found It The new online lost and found service allows individuals to track lost items and give finders incentives to return the lost items. 

Media campaign created exclusively for Found It by Mindshift Media in association with STVP

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Apollo 13 - "Houston, we have a problem." Living Legends of Aviation Awards - 2011 (Jim Lovell)

Many Hollywood and aviation celebrities gathered for the 8thannual Living Legends of Aviation Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. This event, which by many is considered “the Oscars of Aviation” is all about recognizing and honoring individuals with great and significant contributions to the field of aviation.
With the challenges for the aviation industry of recent years, this event plays an important role, not only to recognize individuals with great achievements as aviators and entrepreneurs, but also to highlight everything that is made possible through the work of aviation. This includes humanitarian efforts, rescue operations and the role of aviation in enabling commerce to take place.
Rather than just being a “star studded” event, many Hollywood and Aviation celebrities are passionate about aviation and attend this gathering to help pushing the message of keeping the dream of flight alive and to make it real to people that aviation is not just something for a few select individuals but plays an important role in today’s society.  
The current 70 people who are now part of the Living Legends of Aviation are people of remarkable accomplishments, in aviation. Members include entrepreneurs, innovators, industry leaders, record breakers, astronauts, pilots who are now celebrities and celebrities who have become pilots.
John Travolta, the Ambassador of Aviation is himself a Legend of Aviation and started flying at the age of 17. He presented the newest Inductee Mr M Laurent Beaudion, the CEO of Bombardier with his award. His accomplishments to bring aviation forward are nothing short of remarkable.
Sean Tucker, the award emcee, always has an enthusiasm for aviation that is contagious to anyone he gets in contact with. From a reliable source, and from what I have seen with my own eyes, he is probably the greatest aerobatics pilots currently flying at air shows – a true professional in his field.
Actors and Pilots Harrison Ford and Kurt Russell gave out several recognitions at the event. Harrison Ford has done a remarkable job to introduce people and our youth to flying and is a great proponent and spokesman for aviation.  Awards included the “Aviation Legacy Award” given to Pat Epps, Atlanta, Georgia. Captain “Sully” Sullenberger awarded Captain James Lovell, Apollo 13 Commander, the “Captain Cool Award”. Sully mentioned that the only thing he really had in common with Mr. Lovell was that they both landed in water, but on the other hand, Mr. Lovell was supposed to!  Buzz Aldrin was in attendance as well, the second person to put a foot on the moon.