Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 30, 2007
NetPEO is proud to sponsor the Second Annual Jokara-Micheaux Film Festival in Early and Miller Counties on Labor Day weekend. A host of celebrities and film industry experts are expected to join educators, students, movie watchers, festival lovers and the local community in "Celebrating Film Southern Style". It is an event to attend, to support, to enjoy and to be inspired.
"NetPEO is proud to sponsor an event that celebrates creativity and southern traditions," says Layne Davlin, CEO of NetPEO. "We are proud to help bring these film industry professionals to Georgia and show them the kind of hospitality we offer to visitors and to enterprise. Georgia is such a beautiful state, and it's time for the rest of the country to discover the value of conducting business here".
The Jokara-Micheaux Film Festival provides a setting for film business industry professionals and non-professionals to come together and celebrate the art of film making. The festival seeks to support film as a medium that can make a positive impact on society and provide valuable cultural insights to all viewers, young and old alike.
It is a venue that will spotlight Southwest Georgia - with its rich history, down home culture, picturesque towns, and well-kept rural settings - as the perfect setting for the business of filmmaking, thus promoting long term economic growth in the area.
About NetPEO: NetPEO is a national HR outsourcing and PEO brokerage firm. NetPEO is not an individual PEO , but a network of highly qualified PEOs. Located in Lawrenceville, Georgia, NetPEO connects clients with HRO companies that provide HR services to meet their business needs. NetPEO offers their clients the kind of knowledge and expertise normally reserved for large corporate HR departments without the inherent expense. CEO Layne Davlin is a recognized expert in HR outsourcing, and the NetPEO team not only has the formal training necessary to help our clients succeed, but they also have the practical experience that it takes to offer their clients the solutions they need to keep their businesses successful and growing. For more information, call 866-463-8736 or visit the NetPEO website at http://www.NetPEO.com.
About the Festival: Founded by Ralph Wilcox, director of the Southwest Georgia Film Commission and veteran actor, and local Colquitt, GA community leaders Joy Jinks and Karen Kimbrel, Jokara-Micheaux Film Festival takes its name from its founders, as well as Oscar Micheaux, the first African American to write, direct and produce a feature length film in 1919. This is the place to be on Labor Day weekend 2007. Whether you are a novice filmmaker, producer, director, writer, editor, actor, graphic artist, below-the-line or above-the-line production support, this festival is a great way to meet peers and showcase your work. And if you are an educator, student, movie watcher, television viewer, or just a festival lover, you will have a great time because of all the events that we have planned. For more information, visit the festival website at http://www.swgafestival.com.