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Joplin CVB announces Marketing Campaign Casting Call

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The Joplin Convention & Visitors Bureau will be conducting a casting call for actors/models for specific roles for a 2015 marketing campaign. The campaign, which will link parts of Joplin's history with current-day points of tourism interest, will require photographic support detailing both specific people and locations.

Details of the campaign have been outlined but not publically released. According to Patrick Tuttle, Executive Director of the CVB, “With any campaign once we have a basic theme and idea, photography and graphic designs are developed. This will be an year-long story where all facets of the campaign will link in a common theme.”

Supporting the project will be 9Art and LTMS

The casting call will be held on December 8th & 9th in the Joplin City Hall, Basement Conference Room.

Selected cast members must be available for photographic shooting between the 4th and 17th January 2015.

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