Lights…Camera…Action: Movie Underway To Spotlight Henderson County

 

The Marketing Assistance committee recently met to discuss recommendations. (L-R) Tasha Johnson, Trish Stanfill, Teresa Jones, and Jared James. Not pictured, Officer James “Robbie” McCready and Kimberly Parker.
Photo by W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress.

 

Press Release- Big plans are underway to shoot a movie in Henderson County.  The big question is who will be the star of the movie.  The Answer is………. Henderson County. The Lexington-Henderson County Alliance was awarded the Marketing Assistance Grant from the Tennessee Economic and Community Development (TNECD).

Teresa Jones, Executive Director with the Alliance stated that the Marketing Assistant Grant will provide tailored marketing tools developed by Designsensory, which include website development, and a movie highlighting the assets of Henderson County.  The grant provides this service at no cost, and the previous recipients of this grant have reported that the estimated multimedia cost are between $60,000 to $100,000.

The award winning Designsensory was selected by the Tennessee Economic and Community Development due to the effective marketing campaigns with other government agencies.  Designsensory has been honored by American Advertising Award for their exceptional multimedia work.  Designsensory has worked with many organizations including Tennessee Department of Tourist Development, Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and many private organizations.

The Henderson County movie will move the…

For the complete story, see the June 21st edition of The Lexington Progress.

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