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Hollywood East Continues Its Growth!

Hollywood East, the new movie production, sound stage, etc., continues to grow its organization here in Massachusetts!  Now they have an office at MIT so they can tap into the robotical mental pool in Boston.  As the snow melts here on Cape Cod, we are looking forward to movies being made.

As Lamar says in "That Thing You Do" We got movie stars in my market area!  My kids are making their own movies for their facebooks and the like.  It is quite a different world than I grew up in.  Movies back and forth to the 2 at college from the 2 still at home.  Technology is taking us places that were ideas when I was a kid!  LOL.

Here's the link to the directors of Hollywood East showing off their MIT offices (a closet in some places).

http://www.hollywoodeasttv.com/video/video/show?id=2131296%3AVideo%3A66696

Heath Coker, Associate Broker
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