Remember the post we ran last summer about a new, local green reality TV series called Mission: Sustainable? You remember: during show episodes expert consultants provide ordinary people with the tools to make more sustainable choices around transportation, home furnishings, landscaping, food, personal care and products....?
Well, it turns out the show has shot its first episode and is seeking to shop the concept to networks in
Most importantly, the crew behind the TV show wants to host the premier on Thursday, Jan. 14 but it needs a place to do it. However, it needs the space for free, at a discounted price or via a sponsorship (remember, this whole TV idea is basically a grassroots effort created by Rose Thornton of ReGeneration Productions). The team is looking for a place that can hold 1,000 people and preferably has audio visual capabilities. It needs to confirm a space by Dec. 10. Dream locations include Town Hall, Fremont Studios, Olive 8 and Benaroya Hall.
It also is looking for a celebrity emcee to introduce the pilot episode, musical entertainment, local and organic food and beer and wine.
Want to help "the little TV show that could," as co-host Megan Hilfer says? Contact Megan@parsonspr.com to do your holiday good deed! And if you're looking for more information on what the show is all about, check out ReGeneration Production's blog here.