Pixel Town Studios Launches Telly-REACH™ Million Dollar Christ-centered Commercials

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These licensed, million dollar commercials are designed for Christ-centered organizations to more effectively impact the Â?untouchablesÂ? in the secular world.

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Pixel Town Studios (PTS) launches Telly-REACH™, an empowering product line of Christian commercials available to help Christ-centered organizations (CCOs) impact those who are otherwise untouchable in the secular world. PTS’s commercials are not designed to impress Christians or invoke Christian competition, but to reach the lost, the hurting, and those sold out to sin. PTS offers an unprecedented opportunity for pre-purchase licenses and air time for the first commercial due to air by July 1, 2006.

James Mapes, CEO of Pixel Town Studios explained, “Most Christ-centered organizations naturally operate within a financial parameter that is more frugal than secular and public organizations. As a result, it appears they have no choice but to purchase sub-standard commercials and cheap air time. This concern is no longer an issue, as Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” has broken the infamous four minute mile for us all. How does one touch the secular world with Christ-centered commercials? We invest in top quality productions, implement Hollywood talents and simplify the media buying process.”

On January 1, 2006, PTS will begin production on one commercial, out of a series of ten, designed for CCOs, such as churches, schools, universities, political organizations, evangelistic organizations, the music industry and others. This first commercial, titled “Design by Chance?,” will cost over $950,000 to create and will take a total of 6 months to complete, using Hollywood quality production companies and well-known, Hollywood talents for the narrators and voice talents. The messages in the Telly-REACH™ series will focus on creation, healing, Faith in God, pro-life and others.

“Design by Chance?” will be ready to air by July 1, 2006, with multi-lingual versions also available. PTS is offering prospective clients and purchasers a special opportunity to review the script and the supporting visual elements of “Design by Chance?” at http://www.Christ-centeredCommercials.com before production begins on January 1, 2006.

Mr. Mapes explained, “There are three important benefits for customers who make pre-sale commitments versus waiting until the commercial is finished. First, customers can reserve a license for their area of town on a first-come, first-serve basis. Second, the cost will increase by 33% per license after production begins. Third and most important, in the last 10 seconds of the commercial, the narrator announces each organization’s name and contact information. Those who make a pre-sale commitment will have their organization's information read by the same Hollywood talent who narrated the commercial, thus making the commercial seamless from beginning to end. After the commercial is complete however, organizations will still have their information read by a professional narrator, but not the same well-known Hollywood figure. This gives the customers an added bonus and an incentive for pre-buying.”

Customers can call 1-877-67-JESUS toll free to make a commitment to pre-purchase a license for as little as $1,299 (33% off the retail price) with delayed billing until January 1, 2006. All air time must be purchased through PTS.

PTS will focus on the complete success of this first commercial and use it as the standard for their business model of future productions. They welcome investor relationships for participation in the advertising and marketing area of the first production only. Mapes added, “We undoubtedly exhaust ourselves in the pursuit of communicating our message effectively to everyone we can, for the sake of the Gospel.”

Contact Information:

James M. Mapes, CEO

Pixel Town Studios, Inc.

Phone: 513-931-4633

http://www.Christ-centeredCommercials.com

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