Below is a press release reminder of our Barnes & Noble event this Saturday. Most of the producers being showcased at this venue work with youth or are youth themselves. This is an excellent opportunity to bring children that are close to your heart
Since this store is closing at the end of the month many of the books will be 40% off (perfect for Holiday shopping) and, just as importantly, PCTV will receive a potion of the total sales for the time period that we are presenting. So come down some time between 10am and 4pm and let family, friends and associates know about our book fair. And bring your vouchers for PCTV to be credited for a sale the vouchers need to be presented)
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2006
Pittsburgh Community Television (PCTV)-1300 Western Avenue-Pittsburgh, PA 15233
Darlene Terry, Outreach Director (412-322-7570) e-mail email@example.com
Meet Pittsburgh Community Television's (PCTV) Producers at Barnes & Noble-Smithfield Street Downtown Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA--Barnes & Noble's Book-fair will be showcasing several PCTV producers that work extensively with youth. Brother John's daughter Ms. Nay Nay; Karen Jones, author of children's stories; Da Button Pusha, hip-hop artist; Bill Heh, illusionist; Rick Murray, Slick Rick youth exercise; and Umoja African Arts Company will all demonstrate the talents that they regularly exhibit to the community on their television shows to those attending this event. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet these dedicated artists, a convenient time to do some holiday shopping and to support literacy in general.
Barnes & Noble will donate a percentage of every sale made with a special Bookfair voucher. Attached is the voucher. Please help support PCTV and our producers by attending and shopping at Barnes & Noble, downtown store on Smithfield and 6th Avenue, on Saturday, December 2, 2006 from 10 am - 4 pm.
Times in which producers will present:
Sat. Dec 2, 2006
10 am - 11am Umoja African Dance Company - drumming instruction
11 am - Noon Universal Street Academy's presents Ms. Nay Nay - host of Kid's Spot, a forum for youth
Noon - 1 pm Karen Jones "Imagination Way"-reading children's stories she wrote
1 pm - 2 pm Slick Rick - exercise demonstration
2 pm - 3 pm Bill Heh - a magic show
3 pm - 4 pm Da Button Pusha - a showcase of positive spoken artist and Q& A with teenagers
PCTV is a non-profit community access station. Our mission is to encourage dialogue, promote media literacy, provide a platform for free speech and build a stronger community thru training and by providing local citizens and non-profit organizations with the tools to produce and broadcast programs from their own unique perspectives
For more information about PCTV, please visit our website www.pctv21.org
Lastly, visit PCTV's on-line auction site you might find some packages that you can use or give as gifts for the holidays http://pctv21.cmarket.com Let me know what you think of the site and I look forward to seeing you this weekend.