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Downtown Orlando Stars in FDG Creative's 'Why I Love ULI' National Video Contest Entry
Aug 17, 2011 (06:08 PM EDT)

Vote for FDG's Video at ULI FACEBOOK PAGE

ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Local branding & marketing agency, FDG {Creative}, videographer/photographer JonPaul Douglass, and musician Matthew Heafy have created a collaborative entry in the Urban Land Institute's "Why I Love ULI" video contest.

The 1:23 minute video depicts appreciation for all the Urban Land Institute does for "The City Beautiful" by featuring FDG friends, clients, and special guest star, Mayor Buddy Dyer, in a fun and refreshing montage "loving" Orlando landmarks and monuments including the new Amway Center, Church Street Station, City Hall, a LYMMO stop, Lake Eola, and the Downtown Orlando Visitors Center.

Visit to watch the video. To cast your vote, first "LIKE" ULI's contest page, then scroll to Stephanie Darden's entry submission posted on August 9th, and "LIKE" the video. The entry with the most "LIKES" wins a one-year Urban Land Institute membership and an all expense-paid trip to ULI's Fall meeting and Urban Land Expo in Los Angeles.

"We decided to illustrate how we can love and appreciate the real and tangible results of ULI's work in the City of Orlando," said Stephanie Darden, founder and president of FDG{Creative}. "As the last line of the video states, ULI brings together professionals who, by sharing knowledge, make the cities we love even better."

Other featured "guest stars" include Jeff Forest, owner of Winter Park Construction; Jeffery Bush of HKS Architects, and Jay Berlinsky, principle at SC Advisors.

About FDG{Creative}

Founded in 2002, FDG{Creative} is a woman-owned, full-service marketing agency specializing in brand innovation. Located in Orlando, Florida the agency works with prestigious clients including Banc of America Community Development Corporation, Columbia Residential, and Florida Virtual School. Through their Greater Good Initiative, the agency donates 5 percent monetarily or 20 percent in-kind of their profits to local nonprofit organizations.

About the Urban Land Institute

The Urban Land Institute ( is a global nonprofit education and research institute supported by its members. Its mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Established in 1936, the Institute has nearly 30,000 members representing all aspects of land use and development disciplines.

SOURCE FDG{Creative}