Sunday, May 5, 2013

Wells Fargo Commercial...

So the latest thing that I've been a part of is pretty neat. Check out the newest Wells Fargo commercial :)

 http://www.wellsfargo.com/conversations

It's humbling to be in the lineup with The Wright Brothers, Rosa Parks, Jane Goodall, etc. I'll try to find the link to the Jeep commercial I'm in as well. Hope everyone is doing well!!!

5 comments:

  1. I just saw the commercial and googled your youtube video. What an amazing story and I wish you the best in the future! Please keep us posted on your journey!
    Ben

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  2. I saw the commercial today, then saw the clip on facebook ... it was my first time seeing it/you. Ain't life amazing?

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  3. Seen the Wells Fargo commercial and then searched for the YouTube video. Touching story, so I seen you had a link to your blog. Came here and was wondering if you were looking for a full website that would be way better than this? It would be built on the WordPress platform so you'd still have a blog. I'd even build a basic site for free since I love working with people that have awesome stories like yours. Anyways, if you'd be interested or have any questions, feel free to check out my site at eightdeuce [dot] com or drop me an email at wordpress [at] eightdeuce [dot] com. Thanks for your time!

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  4. Hello,

    I also saw the Wells Fargo commercial featuring your video. I was wondering: when the medical professional who is installing your listening device asks "can you hear me?" you immediately respond in the affirmative. How did you understand vocalized English? This may be a stupid question; I don't know much about what sort of language training most deaf people engage in.

    Any way, I was really curious. Of course I know you would be a fluent writer and reader in English, but I don't understand how you would be able to listen to and speak if you had never heard any sound before.

    Thanks for any information,
    Scott

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  5. Dear Sarah,
    Hello, my name is Melinda Ellsworth and I am the Director of Donor Services for Science Care, a whole body donor program that supports medical research, training and education to advance medicine. Donors are very important in the research and development of technology such as cochlear implants. In fact you can see that we have linked to your video on our blog at www.ScienceCare.com/blog and on our Facebook page. I would love to interview you to get a patient perspective regarding medical device technology advances. Please feel free to reach me at info@sciencecare.com or call 800.417.3747. Thank you and best wishes to you and your family!

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