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The Tap Project: Denver

The Tap Project: Denver

Denver-Tap-Billboard

Nearly 900 million people around the world have little or no access to safe drinking water. Tap sets out to fix that problem.

The Tap Project is based on a simple concept: during World Water Week (March 22-28) restaurants ask their patrons to donate $1 or more for the tap water they usually get for free, and all funds raised go to support UNICEF’s efforts to bring clean and accessible water to millions of children around the world. According to Stevan Miller, Director of Corporate Partnerships at UNICEF, “This is the biggest project for UNICEF in fifty-six years.”

In this post the work of Sukle Advertising & Design for the Denver Tap project.

Related posts:
Utah Tap
Tap Project DC: Turn a Glass of Water into Something Beautiful

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Agency:
Sukle Advertising & Design
Additional credits:
Creative Director: Mike Sukle
Art Director: Andy Dutlinger
Copywriter: Zac Spector
Account Manager: Dan Schultz
Print Producer: Gail Barker
Broadcast Producer: Michon Schmidt

QVC Production Credits:
Production company: Walk the Line Films
Director: Tom Evans
Director of photography: Kevin Emmons
Executive producer: Leslie Allen
Editor: Tom Welborn
Post production/finishing: Base 2 Studios
Telecine: Crosspoint Productions
Colorist: Eric Anolin
Sound studio: Rocky Mountain Recorders
Sound design/engineer: Andrew Vastola
Talent: Barbara Gehring, Donna Baldwin Talent
Talent: Amie MacKenzie, Donna Baldwin Talent
Voice over talent: Andrew Vastola

Outdoor Credits:
Photography: Richard Feldman Studios
Talent: Sebastian Ramirez – Donna Baldwin Talent
Talent: Lori Auguste Sullivan – Donna Baldwin Talent

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