Here’s a place to get some holiday good tidings and cheer – eDiscovery style!
In The Industry Sings 12 Days of eDiscovery, which was produced by Kelly Twigger and eDiscovery Assistant, with help from David Horrigan of Relativity, Nikki McCallum of Lighthouse and Maribel Rivera of Maribel Rivera Marketing, eighteen professionals in eDiscovery provide us with a musical rendition of the (soon to be classic) 12 Days of eDiscovery. Sung to the tune of the 12 Days of Christmas, the cast of this production reimagines the song for all of us eDiscovery geeks who didn’t have our own holiday song – until now, that is! Here are the people who participated in the video:
The video was created to benefit Grace House, which is a 24-hour, 7 day a week, residential treatment facility in New Orleans that provides no-cost substance-use disorder treatment to women (its companion center Bridge House does the same for men). Grace House is a charity that was near and dear to the heart of Gayle O’Connor, who passed away back in October. You can donate to Grace House via PayPal or credit card in honor of Gayle here.
Organizations supporting the production include Oasis Discovery, Ari Kaplan Advisors, EDT Software, ESI Attorneys, Relativity, ACEDS and eDiscovery Today, which is honored to be included and excited to support bringing good cheer to all for a great cause!
It’s a shot of holiday cheer for a good cause that will leave you with a smile on your face! This year, we can all use that more than ever! Here’s the video – enjoy!
So, what do you think? Does watching the video put you in the holiday spirit? It does that for me! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
BTW, if you perform a Google search for Grace House, it says the facility is “permanently closed”, but that’s only the former Camp Street location. The center has relocated and is very much still in operation.
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