Deserted Radio Spot
60–second Radio Spot
Distribution: Asian American radio stations
Running Dates: 10/21/02 – 11/30/02 and 01/06/03 – 05/17/03
Sounds of children playing basketball.
There are some places where children can go to improve their health.
Sounds of a skateboard as it gathers speed going up a ramp, becomes airborne, and finally lands on another ramp.
Where they can release their energy…
Sounds of a group of tae kwon do students performing a combination and exhaling their “chis” loudly.
and be with friends who share the same interest…
Sounds of a quartet playing a simple Mozart piece.
and learn to play in harmony…
Sounds of a starter gun going off and its echo, and sprinters dashing away from the starting blocks with crowds screaming.
Where they learn courage and determination will move them forward…
Sounds of the crack of a bat as it hits a fastball out of the park and of a crowd cheering.
and that rewards come from sweat and hard work.
Sounds of children laughing.
Encourage your children to go out and play to help them develop both their body and mind. Go to www.VERBparents.com now for more details about different activities for your kids. VERB – A Campaign To Build Healthy Children is brought to you by the US Department of Health and Human Services and the CDC.
- Page last reviewed: August 1, 2007 Historical Document
- Page last updated: August 1, 2007
- Content source: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Adolescent and School Health