My Kentucky Home Greenville
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This two-part educational and entertaining documentary chronicles Greenville's colorful history and current downtown renaissance. The documentary was produced by Samuel Koltinsky with the Marvo Entertainment Group and aired on KET in January of 2010.
View a clip from My Kentucky Home Greenville (part 1) below:
The documentary was fully funded by the Greenville Tourism Commission and was the second highest cost investment the Commission has made since their inception. From a tourism perspective, the making and airing of these films are intended to increase the state-wide awareness and interest in Greenville. Jamie Wells, president of the GTC states “our strategy is to get Greenville’s story aired across KY so to create a curiosity and interest that will result in our fellow Kentuckians desiring to drive to Greenville and visit us, our restaurants, our inns, our businesses, etc…” Additionally, the GTC sees the DVDs of the films as educational tools for local school assemblies, physician recruiting tools for our community hospital, recruitment tools for economic development efforts and priceless digital preservation of our city’s history and current events.
For any additional information regarding the “My Kentucky Home Greenville” documentary or to purchase a DVD of this two part film, contact the Greenville Tourism Commission at 270-338-1895 or purchase now through paypal!
View a clip from My Kentucky Home Greenville (part 2) below: