The Dedication Ceremony was at Treasure Island, site of the 1939 World’s Fair in California, on February 11th, 2014. Rather than explain the myriad of reasons that the first Black Speaker of the California State Assembly, the first Black Mayor of San Francisco, and Political Icon Willie L. Brown, Jr. has been so honored, let us direct you to the Video of the Flow Communications produced Will and Willie Show, March Episode, Part 1. The subject is discussed, and the voice mail message from old friend and fellow African-American Pioneer, Bill Cosby, is heard for the first time outside of those hundreds of people, Civil Rights Leaders who knew Willie Brown as a young man, California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom and other dignitaries were in attendance. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJUOSfj1–Q
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The message is crafted to penetrate the clutter
and grab the listener’s attention, inspiring action.
The voice is that of a trusted authority.
The elements of each message flow flawlessly.
Paul Wells of Flow Communications did pro-bono work as the Government & Media Liaison for the Non-Profit Earth Day Event to be held in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza. Paul also served as the MC. Lining up TV 20 as a sponsor, the :30 Public Service Announcement ran on both of their TV Channel. Paul assisted Video Producer Andre Champagne with the PSA’s production, writing and voicing the :30 second spot with a youthful and urgent delivery. Paul also arranged for California State Senator Mark Leno to deliver a Proclamations on stage.