Seafood Festival Participants say, “Light Our Bridge!”

Orange Beach High School students in Ryan Brewer’s Video Production class and his Sports and Entertainment Marketing class, recently shot and produced a video of the Perdido Pass Bridge Lighting Project team at the Seafood Festival. The video production was strictly of their own design and the team couldn’t be happier with the end result. It was a Win-Win! The students were able to produce a video that will get exposure throughout the community and we have an excellent video that will inform residents and visitors about the project.

Our collaboration with the Orange Beach High School Video Production and Marketing classes worked out so well, we are hoping to be able to work with OBHS Computer Programming students as well. Once the project is complete, those students could actually program the lights on special occasions. Our website will have dates and times to view their artistic lighting creations. It will be a great way to highlight their work. 

Tom Clark, Founder and CEO of the Orange Beach, AL Perdido Pass Bridge Lighting Project, said, “Thank you, Orange Beach Makos! This is a great example of a community project that benefits all parties involved and we look forward to continuing the cooperative relationship as our project progresses.”