This is a lofty venture and just plain hard work, but the results can change an entire town and their future. I believe in America and it’s people and I want to be there to encourage them.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Carl Keyes, Founder and Managing Director of AID For America, is working with struggling towns and cities to write a screenplay and shoot a film in order to lift them out of poverty and towards prosperity.
Working with his team of experts, which include economists, city planners, marketing specialists, and businessmen to locate the next city, borough or town to bring assistance to during this struggling US economy. Keyes says, “We have narrowed the search down to three towns, which have high unemployment, difficulty in paying interest on their Municipal Bonds, a deficit in the Education Department, etc.”
Resources abound in the US and the idea is not to wait for someone to fix things, but to create businesses. Building a better “mousetrap” is part of the greatness of the American people, from its inception. Making it better, faster and cheaper than anyone else will get the finances flowing again.
Keyes and his creative team are currently writing a screenplay that will be a hybrid in nature, in that movie stars will be mixed with regular town’s people. This type of blending will result in the actual turnaround of the town, with the collaboration of the AID Team of experts and strategists along with the City Leaders and local business people. Keyes says, “This is a lofty venture and just plain hard work, but the results can change an entire town and their future. I believe in America and it’s people and I want to be there to encourage them.”
The screenplay will show how joining together the right people in the right place with the right attitude, can change things for the better and that one person can make a difference in their town or city.