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Christmas and Holiday VO Demos

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

December 22, 2005

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Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanza, and Season's Greetings!

It's almost the end of the work week (and only a few days before Christmas!), so I thought I would send our warmest wishes to all of you before the office takes a well deserved break during this most sacred and wondrous time of year.

A couple of days ago, we sent out our holiday wishes via email to all of our members. We took time to reflect on the past year, new innovations, getting to know you, and all of the blessings bestowed upon our company and families in 2005. There are more perks, features, and enhancements just around the corner for both our clients and voice-over talents. Keeping with the old adage that 'Good things come to those who wait', we'll keep the New Years surprises under wraps for now!

I would like to direct your attention to a special page on our site that is dedicated to Christmas voice-overs. This is great fun for anyone who is interested in hearing some holiday cheer, but is also a good resource for talents looking to record a Christmas / Seasonal voice-over demo for next year.

Take a minute or two to listen to some Christmas Voice-Over Demos at Voices.com

The entire team at Voices wishes you a heartwarming, restful and blessed Christmas followed by a Joyous 2006.

Stephanie and the Voices.com Team

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