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Wooly Bugger Productions, LLC, established in 2001, will bring voice to your project. Are you seeking a quality voice-over for your radio or television commercial, an elearning course, a corporate presentation, station imaging, your telephone greeting, or any project requiring professional voice over? You’ll find the perfect, experienced voice talent here.
Our roster gives you lots of voice talent options, all vetted for quality and reliability. Including native-speaking Spanish, French and Italian talent, British, Scottish and Australian accent and children’s voices. If you need script translation, we can facilitate that. We also provide full production services with an extensive music and sound effects library. Our friendly service and quick turnaround are just part of the experience. Please explore our site, sample our demos, and contact us for more information; we hope to work with you soon!
Wooly Bugger Productions Takes Top International Creative Award – The 2005 Summit Creative Awards
Wooly Bugger Productions is a Gold Winner in the 2005 Summit Creative Awards® competition. The 2005 Broadcast Best of Show award was given for the radio commercial “Disclaimer Man”© for Jimi Beans Coffee of Redding, CA.
“We’re very honored and thrilled with this award. The owners of Jimi Beans Coffee gave us creative freedom, and the idea for Disclaimer Man© came from decades of voicing radio tags, and poking fun at being ‘that guy’. We wanted to create something memorable and effective, and we’re very happy with the results.” Derek Shetterly, Owner/Producer, Wooly Bugger Productions.
“I constantly look forward to when we will use your services again – it was great to be associated with a source of energy that always is innovative and never complacent. I am sure that your creativity helped Jimi Beans become successful.” Jim Botsford, Owner, Jimi Beans Coffee, Redding, CA
Wooly Bugger Productions, in its fourth year, is a talent bank of professional voice-over artists, creative copywriters and audio producers based in Medford, Oregon. They provide creative audio services for a variety of clients across the U.S. and Canada. Wooly Bugger Productions is owned and operated by husband and wife team, Derek and Christina Shetterly. And yes, the business was named after a nymph used in fly-fishing!
Jimi Beans Coffee opened in Redding, CA in July of 2003. Plans are in the works for a second drive-thru opening soon. Jimi Beans has developed a reputation for great tasting coffee and the friendliest baristas in town. For more information, visit: http://www.jimibeans.com.
The Summit Creative Awards, celebrating its 11th year, has established itself as one of the premier arbiters of creative excellence. It was created to recognize exceptional work by marketing creative firms including advertising agencies, video production companies, multimedia firms and other creative groups with annual billings of $20 million or less. It is the only opportunity such firms have to compete internationally.
To sample the winning audio, or for additional information about the Summit Creative Awards, visit the Summit Awards web site at http://www.summitawards.com.
“Disclaimer Man” © Copyright 2005
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Tri-State Advertising and Marketing Professionals ADDY Awards
The Ninth Annual Tri-State Advertising and Marketing Professionals ADDY Awards selected Zimmer Radio Group in the Radio category for the “Leatherman” campaign for Michael Tanner Furnishings of Cape Girardeau, MO. Credits go to Bryan Young, Derek Shetterly of Wooly Bugger Productions for voice-over and Chrisie Hahs.
Derek Shetterly of Wooly Bugger Productions, LLC is a Certified Professional Copywriter (CPCC) through the Radio Advertising Bureau. According to the RAB Web site, the CPCC training and accreditation program was developed in cooperation with copywriting veteran Dan O’Day. This groundbreaking program sets the standard for commercial-writing success. Congratulations, Derek!
What the heck is a Wooly Bugger?
Depending on what part of the world you live in, and your recreational hobbies, a Wooly Bugger could mean a few things, and pronounced different ways (ie; “Booger” is wrong).
For us, it’s a “fly” that fly-fishermen use to fish for steelhead and trout. That’s where our logo comes from! Another passion of ours, is fishing!
We wanted to give the business a name that people would remember and that would reflect a bit of our lifestyle here in the great Pacific Northwest.
We had a great time creating our cool mascot!