Paradise Earth and Jimmy Kristie Productions Ink Television Agreements

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Paradise Earth and Jimmy Kristie Productions finalized agreements today for production of a weekly television series and a documentary covering the building of Paradise Earth. Mandarich Media Group released the announcement today.

Paradise Earth and Jimmy Kristie Productions finalized agreements today for production of a weekly television series and a documentary covering the building of Paradise Earth. Mandarich Media Group http://www.mandarichmediagroup.com released the announcement today.

The weekly series will feature Paradise Earth creator and visionary, David Calvin, and Craig Allison, the nationally syndicated television host (The Carefree Gardener) of Jimmy Kristie Productions. The two will co-host this entertaining and educational television series, featuring Paradise Earth, the plant and animal species that will be housed in the rainforest environment, issues about preserving the environment and going green. Guests will include experts in rainforest, birds, animal and plant life and green science.

Calvin said, "I'm incredibly excited about working with Craig (Allison). He brings a creative force to the project with his experience in video production, as well as a wealth of experience in both landscape design and plant knowledge."

The documentary, a two year undertaking, will highlight development and building of Paradise Earth, beginning with the planning stages and forming coalitions and partnerships, through completion of Paradise Earth.

"I am very excited to be working on such a world renowned project. As for the television series, this will give us the opportunity to teach our viewers ways to help with environmental issues" said Craig Allison, The Carefree Gardener.

Paradise Earth, a 90,000 sq. ft attraction, will house a living rainforest habitat, a 1,000 seat conference center, a medical research facility, educational materials, and environmentally friendly products such as alternative fuel vehicles and energy saving products. Its main goal is to promote public education on issues such as rainforest conservation, ecology, environmental protection and recycling.

For more information visit the Paradise Earth website at http://www.paradiseearthonline.com.
Or contact Mandarich Media Group, 7047 E Greenway Parkway, Suite 200, Scottsdale, AZ, 85254; 480-277-7888.

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