In the end, all was arranged (last minute thanks to hubs) and everything turned out fine. We headed over on Friday after work and met up with the rest of the family and staff from the agency. Hubs and I pitched our tent and called it an early night seeing as we had to be up and "working" the next day by 8am. Saturday was a lot of hanging around, watching the crew and staff run around, filming take after take, after take, and eating a whole lot of stuff with Clover spread all over it. The general idea Clover was going for was families of all generations and friends coming out to a festival to watch the headlining band, a band of elders singing their top hit, a Clover song- "Can you have it? Yes you can!" Wanting to appeal to a broad range of age groups while maintaining a very earthy and wholesome feel, I would say they did a great job with the casting and location. I can't wait to see the final ad when it comes out sometime in October and I can't help but hope that maybe a glimpse of me ends up in the final cut... we shall see!!!
P.S.- check out all the amazing fashion the kid's wore that day for the shoot... stylish youngsters or what???
***Today I am thankful for festivals full of fun music, great food, delicious beer selections, and lots of friends and family to share it all with***