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    An experienced production company would charge in the ball park of $1400 per day for a two-person shoot. That would include a director/videographer, sound technician/production assistant, camera/tripod, one light kit, two wireless microphones and a shotgun mic with boom pole.

    As far as editing is concerned, you would charge anywhere from $100 to $300 per hour based on your experience and market.

    I have found that local car dealerships typically don't like to spend a lot of money on their commercials so it might be a challenge to get more than $1000 for all your efforts. If this is the case, try to get them to commit to multiple ads over the course of a year so that you can give them the "volume discount."





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    Hello
    sorry for that
    i don't know actually....

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    Thanks for your offer. Will surely looking forward on it...

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    Now that Chrysler has filed bankruptcy and General Motors plans to file next, we are already beginning to see the fallout. Chrysler's dealers have something like 45,000 unsold cars at the nearly 800 dealerships that will be cut. That is a ton of inventory, and the company is hoping that the other remaining dealers will indeed buy most of that inventory up.

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    Interesting, thanks for the info

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    Chrysler has filed for bankruptcy, and General Motors is planning to leave next year, we have already begun to see the fallout. Chrysler dealers will have something to sell 45,000 cars in more than 800 dealerships that will be cut. It has a ton of inventory, and the company hopes that the other dealer is actually in the majority of this inventory up.

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