More than 130,000 advertising professionals have lost their jobs in the USA over the last two years — scary eh? Lemonade is an inspirational 40 minute film about 16 creative advertising professionals who lost their jobs due to the global recession.
The film tells the story of Stave Hall who runs the widely successful advertising blog Adrants and advertising social media site Adgabber
The film also features Erik Proulx founder of Please Feed the Animals, a blog for aspiring entrepreneurs and the recently unemployed. Erik is also one of the executive producers of Lemonade.
If you are sitting in a job you hate or if you have recently lost your job, this is the film for you. Lemonade is a film we highly recommend.
The concept now is branching out with new versions of the film being produced in different locations throughout America such as Lemonade Detriot.
With Lemonade Detroit you can become an IMDB-credited producer of “Lemonade: Detroit” by sponsoring individual frames of the film. Just visit buyaframe.lemonadedetroit.com to get involved.
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