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Brian Keeley of Baptist Health Receives the 2018 “Sand In My Shoes” Award

For over 30 years we have been honored to produce the video presentation for the GMCC’s  most important award program. This year  we were thrilled it was awarded to our friend Brian Keeley.

“Brian was one of our earliest clients and we were excited to help honor  this visionary citizen of Miami,” says MVVF president Bob Berkowitz.

The video showcased many community leaders and looked back on Brian’s’ four decades at Baptist.

For over a month, many of Miami’s top community luminaries  came to Multivision’s  Coconut Grove studios to talk about Brian, the impact he has had on their lives and honor Brian’ s commitment to healthcare in South Florida.  Once again according to tradition, Multivision resurrected the video  we shot for our first “Sand” presentation with Ralph Renick in 1981, reading Damon Runyun’s   famous Sand In Your Shoes letter.

We love being part of this tradition of celebrating Miami’s most dedicated citizens.  Congratulations Brian.

Multivision produces video that helps the GMCC set new Goals, Goals, Goals

Goals, Goals, Goals again for GMMC Impact Conference.

It was time again for the Chambers’ year end conference and Goals setting session; and just as we have for over three decades we produced the central video and year in review.

“GMCC Chairman (also President of Florida International University) Dr. Mark Rosenberg was the star this year- and we had him dancing and Lip synching to our theme song “Goals Goals Goals”,  Says Bob Berkowitz.

“ He was such a great sport and really got into it.”

Choreographer Marissa Alma Nick and four professional dancers took time from her own show to help us make everyone perform their best.   The Chamber members who participated also had a great time. Special thanks to members of the GMCC Hype committee for showing up and being a big part of the show.

Great camera and DRONE work by Matt Leone made it look great. Excellent editing by Rene Borroto and Curtis Childs pulled it all together with a music track thanks  to the help of Read Fasse and Brian Roberston.  Special thanks for production help to Jessica Anderson and Elizabeth Ferrer.

The closing shot used a classic ‘63 bright red Chevy Impala cruising down the Rickenbacker Causeway with downtown in the distance (skies skillfully made blue even on a cloudy shoot day by colorist Chelsea Fernandez).

“We love the Chamber and look forward to each June we get to show off our  ‘special brand of creative”.

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Salutes Multivision for Years of Partnership

 

Bob and Phylis

At the Trustee Luncheon today, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce saluted Multivision Video & Film for our many years of working together. Multivision has produced the Chamber’s Goals Conference for over 30 years, and has also produced the Sand In My Shoes award videos more than 20 years.

For several decades we have be passionately involved in seeing the Chamber and our community grow and prosper, and we were very touched by this recognition.