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Old Dominion Productions, LLC celebrates its 2nd Anniversary

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

July 31, 2006

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Gary A. Kriebel, based in Burke, Virginia, celebrated his second year in the voiceover industry.

gary-kriebel.jpgOld Dominion Productions, LLC, Your New Voice from the Old Dominion, celebrated its 2nd Anniversary on July 23rd, 2006. In a very successful 2nd year, voiceover talent and senior partner Gary A. Kriebel was featured in a national TV and related local commercials for Benjamin Moore Stain, several local TV and radio commercials, as well as numerous on-hold messages and a number of corporate videos and short films.

Old Dominion Productions thanks all of their clients for their support and business this past year. Clients of Old Dominion Productions include Gianettino & Meredith Advertising of Short Hills, New Jersey, Right Brain Media of Los Angeles, California, The Harbour Group of Washington, DC, HoldUSA of Hollywood, Florida, Ocean State Video of Cranston, Rhode Island, and At the Races and Beyond of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Old Dominion Productions is a private company, founded by voiceover talent Gary A. Kriebel, providing voice-overs for narration, radio and television commercials, radio voice imaging, television promos and branding, voice prompts or on hold, and multimedia.

For more information on Old Dominion Productions, visit their website.

Happy belated anniversary!



Related Topics: Hollywood, industry, Los Angeles, radio, TV



    Thanks for including my information. It's been a quick two years and things seem to be picking up.

    Warmest regards,

    Gary A. Kriebel

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