WARRIOR VOICES voice overs by veteranS

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In Tulsa, Oklahoma...Brian Childs places his hand on the wheel.

And with his other hand, he presses enter on a keyboard.

He takes a deep breath and leans forward.

As he exhales, his speaks into the microphone in front of him...

"My name is Brian Childs. I am a disabled veteran...and this is my story."

Brian slowly sits back in his wheelchair with a smile. He did it.

He has just joined hundreds of his fellow military veterans in the voice acting and voice over industry through the nonprofit organization Warrior Voices.

Warrior Voices trains, equips and represents military veterans as voice actors and voice over talent, providing free voice over training through personalized one-on-one coaching and free talent representation through its casting site.

WHAT WE OFFER

Warrior Voices is the world's only 501c3 Nonprofit voice over talent agency exclusively representing U.S. Military Veterans and their spouses in the voice over and voice acting industry.

Warrior Voices talent have collectively provided voice overs for over 300 major brands and companies over the past decade, including companies like Disney-Pixar, SONY, the NFL, NASCAR, CISCO and AT&T.

Whether it's a radio or television commercial, training video, Elearning module, web video, audio book or animation project, Warrior Voices can provide a professional voice over for your company or brand.

And because we are a 501c3 Nonprofit, all voice over fees paid to our Veterans are 100% tax deductible as charitable donations.

In November of 2015, CISCO and NterOne, Inc. signed Warrior Voices to provide voice over services for their internal Elearning modules

In 2016, Warrior Voices provided over $40,000 of voice over work to Veterans.

Our mission is to triple that number every year for the next five years.

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