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InterMedia Advertising® Shoots New Round of Rosland Capital Commercials

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We just finished filming a new round of five TV commercials for Rosland Capital starring William Devane and it couldn’t have gone better! Yeah, it would have been nice to have shot the commercials in weather less than 100 degrees but we made it through and the footage looks great!

On the first day we tackled two spots. The first was at the Calabasas Country Club where the focus was on saving for your retirement with a gold and silver IRA from Rosland Capital. There, William Devane got to show off his better than average golf swing and made us all look like amateurs. The second commercial was shot in a small neighborhood in Calabasas with a focus on inflation, entitled Lemonade.

The next day we went all the way to Glendora to shoot at a gorgeous historical landmark. There we shot three more commercials. In one commercial Devane, who is in a very classy suit in his home library, talks about the ever-rising national debt. YIKES! Another commercial we shot that day focuses on the affordability of buying silver as an investment.

The commercial entitled Lemonade, breaks tradition because we added a young spunky costar Emily to the mix. Emily is a little girl selling lemonade in front of her house and asking $10 per glass! Devane, being the good neighbor that he is, decides to buy a glass from her while he talks about the effect inflation has on everyday things like groceries, gas … and yes … even lemonade prices.

We’d like to send a special shout out to the entire cast and crew who did such a great job, in spite of the blazing heat and long days and the great guys at Rosland Capital … you are real champs and we love working with you!

Take a look at our most recent spots on Rosland Capital’s YouTube channel and let us know what you think!

I hope you enjoy!

Rosland Capital was founded in 2008 by precious metals expert Marin Aleksov. For more information on the company, follow Rosland Capital on Twitter, like them on Facebook, or visit their Wikipedia page.