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Smart Parts Blasts 
Through Hollywood
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It was like a surreal Hollywood experience...cruising down the legendary Sunset Boulevard in a sleek, black Mercedes, dusk rolling in on a perfect California evening.  On our way to supposedly meet Steven Seagal, we were a little skeptical, but in true California style, we decided to just go with the flow.

Moments later when we pulled down a long private drive, and the massive iron gate barring our way slowly opened, reality struck...we were at Seagal's home.  Before we knew it, we were shaking hands with the superstar in his living room. After warm and friendly introductions, we stepped outside. Much to our surprise Seagal grabbed an Impulse and zipped off 30 rounds, accurately hitting every target he aimed for. 

This was a cap to our whirlwind week in Hollywood.  Fresh from selling our Paintball television reality series several weeks ago, we hit the town running to pitch a Paintball-based feature film project. Blasting from one meeting to another, we met with Hollywood's top producers at virtually every major studio. Power meetings, power lunches and cell phone madness spun us into "the industry" web as we pitched our way across Los Angeles. On the last day, offers were flying left and right, and the Paintball feature film found a home with a major Hollywood production company. 

In the middle of the week we picked up something totally unexpected---a potential relationship with Special Effects Unlimited to provide guns for the movie Terminator III.

Why did we go to Hollywood? We had an idea to bring the sport of Paintball to the next level, to raise public awareness and increase business, not only for ourselves, but for everyone involved in servicing the sport.

Back in Pennsylvania, out of the crazy fast lane of Hollywood, we can relax and savor our victories...victories made possible by one person, Beaux Carson, our LA-based executive producer who single-handedly captured the flag for our team.

Log-on soon for future updates on the progress of the TV series and feature film.
 


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