General Motors 'Stories from the Road' featuring Meals on Wheels Ministry | Business
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Meals on Wheels Ministry, MOWM is excited to announce today that it has been chosen to be a component of General Motor web video series commercial title “Stories from the Road”. Filming will begin on Monday March 26th, 2012 and end on Tuesday March 27th 2012.
“We are ready and excited to welcome General Motors and their film crew to shoot the General Motors "Stories From the Road". We have spent the past month and a half conversing with General Motors and their Advertising Company, Mullen Advertising, hammering out a schedule. We hope this opportunity will bring MOWM national exposure and will help us spread our mission, recruit more donors, and ultimately allow us to help more seniors and disabled citizens across East Texas,” said Nora Reyes, Director of Public Relations and Community Outreach.
Most of the vehicles used at Meals on Wheels Ministry are General Motor vehicles and it is one of the reasons why General Motors was interested in featuring Meals on Wheels Ministry. But what really made Meals on Wheels Ministry an interesting group to interview was what it accomplishes on a daily basis. Meals on Wheels Ministry feeds more than 3000 clients on a daily basis covering Wood, Van Zandt, Gregg, Upshur, Henderson, and Smith Counties depending both on volunteers and paid drivers. Most of the paid drivers leave the main MOWM offices at 9 am to return until 2 pm driving hundreds and thousands of miles on a weekly basis, utilizing dependable and durable vehicles.
The MOWM team is excited and hopes for great success in this endeavor. We extend an invite if anybody is interested in seeing this exciting operation on behalf of Meals on Wheels Ministry to come give us a visit on these two days of filming. So next time you're watching television or surfing the internet you might see us!
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