ReelWorld Fulfills Dream Of A Make-A-Wish Beneficiary
ReelWorld, the world’s leading jingle company, does not only provide professional station identification jingles for stations worldwide, it also fulfills the wish of a differently-abled teenager – to have his own jingle package.
Seattle Weekly Journalist Julia Waterhous blogged about Noah Long, a beneficiary of the Make A Wish foundation (www.wish.org) and his interesting request.
While many kids would choose toys or a Disney land trip, the 18-year old Long chose to have his own jingles produced by no less than ReelWorld.
Noah is a big fan of the jingle company and has even made popular YouTube videos showcasing him singing along with country jingles.
“We had actually heard of Noah about a year before Bruno (Noah’s Grandfather) contacted us,” says Mike Thomas of ReelWorld. “He’s a bit of a YouTube sensation, doing his own vocals to some of our basic jingles. When his grandfather contacted me, I was delighted.”
The 18-year old teen was born blind with cerebral palsy and epilepsy.
The full story of Noah Long and his ReelWorld Jingle package can be read here. Forget Disneyland: Radio Jingles Are Noah Long’s Make-a-Wish Fantasy
Noah has a real dream becoming a Disc Jockey one day. This is a demonstration of his enthusiasm for radio jingles from Reel World and Signing Time.He voices over the jingle package for KASE 101 FM Austin to fit it to 101.5 the Eagle in Salt Lake City, Utah for Rachel & Rose of Signing Time.