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BaAM Productions

BaAM is a creative production company.  We work closely with clients in the entertainment, cultural, heritage, tourism, and sports sectors on a diverse range of projects - from the epic to the intimate.  As collaborative storytellers, we provide process-driven creative thinking to create extraordinary entertainment, culture, and sports experiences. We collaborate with our clients, establish the creative framework, confirm the project criteria, and then explore the best way to tell the story.

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TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games Mascot Launch

In January 2013, the TORONTO 2015 Games launched a contest inviting kids from across the country to design the official mascot for the Games.  Once all the 4,130 submissions had been collected and reviewed, BaAM joined the project team to facilitate the creative development of the top 6 mascots. BaAM’s illustrator and storyboard artist met with students to bring the mascot designs to life.  The top 6 designs were then posted online and more than 33,000 votes were tallied.  On July 17, PACHI the porcupine was revealed in front of thousands of kids as part of Kids' CBC Days in downtown Toronto. The launch event was a brightly coloured celebration packed with balloons and thousands of cheers welcoming PACHI. 

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"Growing Green" - Gilroy Gardens' newest educational attractions featured in InPark Magazine

Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park rolls out new educational attractions

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Cupids Legacy Centre

BaAM Productions, in collaboration with interpretive planner Marian Macaulay, designed, produced, and installed all interior exhibits at the Cupids Legacy Centre in Cupids, NL.  The facility celebrated its official opening in August 2010 in honour of the 400th anniversary of the Cupids plantation, a busy site of archaeological activity located down the road from the Centre.  Featuring a rooftop viewing deck, a working Archaeological Lab, a Family History Resource Centre, and approximately 3000 sq. ft of exhibit space, the Centre commemorates Canada’s first English settlement and the taking root of a new, distinctly Newfoundland identity. 

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TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games Closing Ceremony Awarded Best Entertainment Production

BaAM is proud to announce that the Canadian Event Industry recognized the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Closing Ceremony for Best Entertainment Production in 2015 at its annual Awards Gala on March 31.  The Canadian Event Industry Awards describes itself as “the pinnacle mark of professional achievement and one of the highest honours among Canadian event professionals.” BaAM President, Annemarie Roe, accepted the award at the Gala, recognizing the Pan Am Games as an incredible opportunity for the BaAM team and the best of Canadian event resources to shine alongside the awe-inspiring Pan Am athletic and cultural performances. 

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104th Grey Cup - Nissan Titan Street Festival
Centrally located in downtown Toronto, the Nissan Titan Street Festival provided the perfect atmosphere for CFL fans to show their true colors and celebrate their favorite teams in one of the most iconic destinations in Canada.

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Annemarie Roe,
President

It would be easy for Annemarie to keep doing what she has been doing since she became President of BaAM Productions in 2003.  ...

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