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Transportation Planning Organization

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Knoxville, TN 37902

email: contact@planeasttn.org
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Tell Our Story: Short Film Focused on East Tennessee Debuts October 25

Posted 10/16/2013

PlanET has teamed with Emmy and Academy Award Winning production company Milkhaus to produce a short documentary that will be debuted on October 25th.

A new documentary exploring the unique assets of the East Tennessee area and the challenges faced by communities and their residents will be debuted next week.

“Tell Our Story: Our Legacy Matters” is presented by PlanET and produced by Academy and Emmy Award winning production company Milkhaus.

The short film will be premiered at an event hosted by Oak Ridge Mayor Tom Beehan and Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero on Friday, October 25, 2013. The event begins at 5:15 p.m. at the Square Room (Café 4) on Market Square in Downtown Knoxville. The public are invited to join the mayors and other community leaders for a one-night screening, a celebration of our region, and a discussion about how we can work together to make our region stronger in the years ahead.

In the face of a changing economy, pollution concerns, higher rates of health problems, and rising housing and transportation costs, this documentary challenges us to work together to rethink the region and come together to tackle these shared problems. Our willingness to address tough issues together will determine if we are able to grow, innovate, prosper in ways that will ensure that we leave our children a livable, beautiful, and welcoming region.

Event Details:
Friday, October 25, 2013
5:15 pm – 7:00 pm
Square Room (Café 4) on Market Square
Downtown Knoxville

For more information please go to www.planeasttn.org or contact Emily Saunders at (865) 215-2854.

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