RALEIGH, NC, NOVEMBER 1, 2017 – – Once again in 2017, members of MVO: The Voice-Over Guys are participating in Movember. The annual Movember campaign is globally recognized for its fun, disruptive approach to fundraising and getting men to take action for their health.
Movember is celebrating its 10-year fundraising anniversary in the U.S., bring attention to and directing funds towards critical men’s health issues including: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
The voice talents from MVO: The Voice-Over Guys who are growing whiskers as part of their fundraising efforts this year include:
Dan Friedman – From his Asheville, North Carolina studio, Dan has voiced for Wal-Mart, IBM, Crowne Plaza Hotels, PGA Tour and McDonalds.
Johnny George – Recording from his Anthem Studios in Anthem, AZ, Johnny’s clients have included Rolls-Royce, CBS-TV, Wendy’s, Toyota and Disney.
Dustin Ebaugh – Based in Las Vegas, Dustin’s voice has been heard on media projects for brands including Ferrari, Pepsi, Delta Airlines, The Four Seasons Hotels and UPS.
Peter K. O’Connell – Formerly of Buffalo, NY and now living in Cary, NC (just outside of Raleigh), Peter’s has been the featured voice talent on media projects for major brands including Kraft Foods, General Electric, PBS, Deloitte and Fox Sports North.
ABOUT THE MOVEMBER FOUNDATION
The Movember Foundation is the only global charity focused solely on men’s health, funding over 1,200 innovative projects across 21 countries. To date, the Foundation has raised $769M USD for men’s health programs supporting these critical areas: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. Find out more at Movember.com
ABOUT MVO: THE VOICE-OVER GUYS
MVO: The Voice-Over Guys offers media producers the greatest variety of some of the most experienced and popular male voice-over talents ever assembled in one place. Producers can work with any one of the 20 Voice-Over Guys directly with no extra fees.
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NOTES TO EDITORS
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What Does “MVO:” Mean: The name “MVO:” comes from the abbreviation on voice-over scripts for Male Voice-Over. On a voice-over script, the abbreviation appears as “MVO:”.
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