Friday, August 20, 2010

Virginia Tire & Auto Selects Gearshift for Photo & Video Marketing

VA Tire & Auto off Waxpool Road in Ashburn services more than 100 cars per day.  Many people think that they just do tires because of the big Goodyear sign but the fact is they help all car owners keep their cars in shape with oil changes, inspections and scheduled maintenance.  They have the technology to fix any car and ASE certified mechanics to answer any automotive questions you have.  Gearshift is producing a series of web videos and the Fairfax Video Studio was utilized to get great informative answers to many automotive faqs.  For ideas on how we can help you with your video marketing you just need to call Jim @ 877-477-STUDIO.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Taste of Reston 2010 Gets Support From Gearshift Photography

The Reston Chamber of Commerce hired one of its newest members, Gearshift, to take photography of the Taste of Reston Food Festival.  Thousands of people came to the Reston Town Center to enjoy great food and music.  There is always something going on at the Reston Town Center almost every weekend throughout the summer.  Gearshift helps event organizers get a spectacular documentation of their event for help in promoting the next years event.  Jim @ 877.477.STUDIO can help you with questions about marketing with photography.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

A Vacation to Remember in Virginia Beach!

Lots of activities were planned this year at the beach.  We went on the boat, swam in the ocean, hung out by the pool, ate great food, held the 4th Annual Photo Contest, had the Folliard Olympics and took the family photo.  If you are going on vacation please take me with you...If you are having an event that needs to be captured professionally, contact Jim Folliard @

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Pipestem Resort in West Virginia is a Great Place for a Family Reunion

The Beller Family Reunion is held every 5 years.  It is amazing to see how much some of these kids grow in 5 years.  Pipestem Resort is a nice spot up in the mountains of WVA.