New Entertainment Tonight Talent Nancy O’Dell Partners With Florida Orange Juice
LAKELAND, Fla., Nov. 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Florida orange juice unveils its partnership with entertainment journalist Nancy O’Dell just as CBS Television Distribution announced she will serve as the new co-anchor of Entertainment Tonight in 2011 after Mary Hart’s final season. Florida orange juice has teamed up with the celebrity mom as she launches her Album of Hope Initiative with Creative Memories to inspire families to make the most of their mornings.
O’Dell will offer a glimpse into the hectic and funny situations her family faces each morning through a series of behind-the-scenes videos on the Florida Orange Juice Facebook page. To show the importance of making daily family connections, O’Dell and Florida orange juice are launching The Morning Squeeze video contest, which encourages parents to submit a video of their own morning challenges for a chance to win a family getaway to Florida.
“With so many things on my plate, it is more important than ever to find time within my hectic work schedule to have quality interactions with my family,” said Nancy O’Dell. “That’s why I am thrilled to partner with 100 percent Florida orange juice to show parents across the country that making meaningful connections with your family, no matter how brief, can have a big impact on your family’s day.”
Win Family Time in Florida
Now through January 9, 2011, parents can visit the Florida Orange Juice Facebook page to learn more about the contest and how to enter their own hectic morning routine in a 60- to 90-second video. The top 10 finalists will be selected by the Florida Department of Citrus and participating parenting expert Dr. Michele Borba on January 12, 2011. From January 12 to 23, viewers will have the opportunity to vote for the winning video that represents the most humorous, “squeezed” morning routine. The winning family will be announced on January 24 and will win a five-day, four-night family getaway to Florida.
To challenge your family to a more meaningful morning and to learn more about The Morning Squeeze video contest, please visit www.floridajuice.com/morning_squeeze.php or the Florida Orange Juice Facebook page.
About Nancy O’Dell
Nancy O’Dell is one of the country’s most respected entertainment journalists and is best known as the longtime co-anchor of “Access Hollywood.” She is the author of two books: Full of Life, a book of tips for expectant mothers and her newest release, and Full of Love, which is written in conjunction with Creative Memories to explore the power of photo albums in raising confident, happy kids.
Through her Album of Hope Initiative, Nancy O’Dell encourages all parents to find time to spend together as a family and create albums that will help them share their dreams, love and support with their kids in these tough times. For more information, visit www.creativememories.com.
About the Florida Department of Citrus
The Florida Department of Citrus is an executive agency of Florida government charged with the marketing, research and regulation of the Florida citrus industry. Its activities are funded by a tax paid by growers on each box of citrus that moves through commercial channels. The industry employs nearly 76,000 people, provides an annual economic impact close to $9 billion to the state, and contributes hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenues that help support Florida’s schools, roads and health care services. For more information about the Florida Department of Citrus, please visit www.floridajuice.com.
The Florida Department of Citrus is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Agency. The Florida Department of Citrus prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities based on race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.)
SOURCE Florida Department of Citrus