SHARE VEGGIETALES® SILLINESS, SONGS AND FUN

WITH SELECT EPISODE CLIPS AND GREETINGS ON FACEBOOK

Fans Can Personalize and Share

Favorite VeggieTales Episode Clips and Messages with ReelCards’ Application

Big Idea Entertainment, a leading studio and producer of children’s and family programming, characters and brands, and GorillaSpot Media, have partnered to launch video clips from select VeggieTales® episodes and greetings for special occasions through GorillaSpot Media’s ReelCards application on Facebook. The VeggieTales clips and greetings can be shared with Facebook users and their friends via social networks and over email.

The ReelCards VeggieTales application features more than 100 clips, silly moments and VeggieTales adventures featuring Bob, Larry and the rest of the lovable crew.  Consumers can choose from a selection of show and song video clips and draft a short note with them to create a personalized e-card that can then be sent to their friends on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and email. The app also offers users links to purchase and enjoy full-length VeggieTales episodes.

“We’re engaging fresh methods to deliver VeggieTales values and fun to our audience,” said Brian Mitchell, Vice President of Licensing & Digital Media for Big Idea Entertainment. “The ReelCards application is a great way for fans to interact with friends and send birthday wishes, congratulations greetings and get well messages from Bob, Larry and their friends at just the perfect time.”

VeggieTales’ ReelCards are available through the VeggieTales Facebook page and the ReelCards Facebook application.  To create a personalized greeting, visit https://apps.facebook.com/reelcards/VeggieTales. For more information on VeggieTales, go to http://www.VeggieTales.com.

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