Uppercase Creative recently had the chance to follow Mark Thibodeau, owner of JB Lines, and his team around for a few days to create this new promotional video. The thing that impressed us the most about JB Lines was just how dedicated they are to getting a job done in a timely manner, all while working around their clients' schedules. They're exacting in their work and at the same time very flexible when dealing with their clients. If you need any line painting, seal coating or asphalt crack filling done, give JB Lines a call at 403.915.6512 or check out their website. JB Lines is based in Lethbridge, Alberta but they cover everything south of Red Deer in the province.
There is a lot going on in the next few days in Raymond: Harlan Taylor Run, Raymond Parade, Western Canadian Motocross Amateur Nationals, a softball tournament, a pancake breakfast and the famous Raymond Stampede. Since I've got family ties to Raymond, I've been to almost every July 1st parade in Raymond for the last ahem...37 years.
A little over a year ago, I was hired by the Town of Raymond to freshen up their image library in anticipation of tourist publications and their new websites: 10thingsraymond.ca and raymondrecreation.ca. To say that Raymond is an active community is a bit of an understatement. Over the past year, I've been impressed at the community involvement at all the different athletic, cultural and community events.
While shooting last year's Annual Western Canadian Amateur National Motocross Championships, I couldn't believe how far kids can fly on dirt bikes and still land safely. It was impressive. Even the little tykes would rip fearlessly around the junior track as their parents egged them on. The main track is huge, so big in fact that the Lethbridge Motorcycle Club actually uses it as their base of operations. During the Amateur Nationals, so many riders and their families descend on the Temple Hill area that the scene might be mistaken for an RV village. Families come from all over to support and compete.
Blakiston & Co. is a rental/adventure company in Waterton Lakes National Park. They got their start in July 2014 renting stand up paddle boards and kayaks out of a small garage off Evergreen Avenue in the Waterton townsite. If you started to see a lot of paddle boarders floating around Emerald Bay (at the base of the Prince of Wales Hotel) in the last couple of seasons, it is largely due to Blakiston & Co. owner, Michael Olsen. We were lucky enough to collaborate with Michael and Travel Alberta to film this video featuring some fun-loving folks and breathtaking scenery. If you've never spent time on a paddle board or kayak in Waterton, this video may just convince you to take the plunge.