Smoky Trout Farms Google Apps For Work Featured Case Study
The team at Adster is no stranger to having our clients featured by Google Canada in various case studies, both in print, and online format. We’re now proud to announce that Smoky Trout Farms is Google’s latest addition which makes 5 (that’s right, 5!) featured case studies for our team! Smoky Trout Farms worked in conjunction with Google Apps for Work to shoot a beautifully crafted visceral case study which you can watch here.
The case study was shot at three locations over several days. The first location was at Smoky Trout Farm HQ in Red Deer. The second was the Red Deer Fish and Game Club’s preserve land and last but not least, the third location was a privately owned lake. Google sent David Gorvy and Ciara Dolan from New York to film the feature over Friday and Saturday of the May long weekend 2016. Brad Stuckel, a filmmaker from Calgary was hired by Google for the main camera work and Alex Robinson, also from Calgary, provided the spectacular drone footage.
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“I was so shocked with the level of support that Google provided for how little we actually pay for the Google services.” – Ray Menard
About Smoky Trout Farm
Founded in 1998, by father and son Dan and Max Menard, Smoky Trout Farm has grown to include their spouses, Joey and Corrie, as well as Max’s brother Ray. More than just a fish farm, Smoky Trout Farm also specializes in lake and pond water management including custom aeration design, beneficial bacteria and nuisance animal deterrents. Smoky Trout Farm has been the Canadian Distributor of the AWAY WITH GEESE product line since 2012. The AWAY WITH GEESE system is an innovative and proven way to get rid of problem geese without the use of harsh chemicals, dogs, reflectors, noise making devices or inhumane means. AWAY WITH GEESE is maintenance-free, solar powered and one-hundred percent guaranteed to get rid of geese. Smoky Trout Farm markets the Away With Geese product through their www.gotgeese.ca website – supported by an adwords campaign managed by Adster Creative.