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Rosemary Beach

Let's Correct History: 6pm on 2/22

Help us give a national hero the recognition she deserves! This is a crowdsourcing campaign to gather funds needed to share Jackie Cochran's story with the world. For one day only, Nancy Hasty will host a Q&A session, in character, as the most under-appreciated hero in American history!

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Let's Correct History: 6pm on 2/22
Let's Correct History: 6pm on 2/22

Time & Location

Feb 22, 2023, 6:00 PM – Feb 23, 2023, 7:30 PM

Rosemary Beach, 82 S Barrett Square, Rosemary Beach, FL 32461, USA

About the event

Jackie Cochran's story is worth getting right. 

We need your help because this production will take hundreds of hours of effort and about 18 months to complete. By our estimates, it'll cost $250,000 to see the light of day. But here's the silver lining...

This is the perfect opportunity for Walton County to rally together for a noble cause; to celebrate an American hero who happens to be one of our very own!

THE OPPORTUNITIES

How does "Emmy Award Winning Producer” sound?

We have every intention of submitting this project to film festivals... and winning. Often.

Alongside a ton of other VIP perks, our top donors will receive an Executive Producer title in the opening credits. This entitles our top donors to share in the awards. Executive Producers are also invited to join us at every film festival we're featured in.

What about Corporate sponsors?

Corporate sponsors will receive a host of VIP perks and have prominent logo placement at the end of the film. 

What if I just want to be a VIP?

Our Front Row donors will receive VIP tickets to the filming of The Flight of Jackie Cochran play as well as our film premiere. Front Row participants will also receive end credit recignition at the end of the film.

THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY LIKE NO OTHER

This is a chance to bring all areas of Walton County together toward a common goal; to bring national recognition to one of our very own... one of the most under-appreciated heros in American history. 

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