February
27

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February
25
logo ROBIN JACKSON
ROBIN@JACKSONAPPLETON.COM
jackson+appleton
417.294.0711
jackson+appleton.com
860 Parkview Drive
Hollister, MO   65672

In an evening honoring the best Advertising in the Ozarks, Branson-based production company, jackson+appleton, won multiple honors for their video and commercial work at the 34th Annual ADDY® Awards in Springfield, Missouri.

The ADDY Awards are hosted by the AAF of the Ozarks, an affiliate of the American Advertising Federation. Annually, the American Advertising Federation conducts the world’s largest advertising competition through its 200 member advertising clubs. The local awards are entered and attended by Advertising Agencies, Television Stations and Production Companies from Southwest Missouri and Northern Arkansas.

jackson+appleton’s, Robin Jackson, was honored with the evening’s most prestigious award, The Silver Medalist. The Silver Medalist is a Lifetime Achievement Award honoring contributions to the advancement of the Advertising Industry, contributions to one’s company and community and overall Creative Ability. A Producer/ Writer/ Director, Jackson co-founded jackson+appleton in 2008, after perfecting her craft for more than a decade at Branson’s Vacation Channel and TVC Productions.

Additionally, jackson+appleton took home a record 6 GOLD ADDY Awards and 6 SILVER ADDY Awards.

A web video and radio commercial campaign for The Joint & Spine Center at Skaggs Regional Medical Center (now CoxHealth Branson) won two GOLD ADDY Awards.

White River Valley Electric Cooperative was a double winner for the evening. Their Annual Meeting Video received a GOLD ADDY and their commercial “It’s What We Do Every Day” took home a SILVER ADDY.

A commercial for Sight & Sound Theatre’s “Joseph” won a GOLD ADDY in the Advertising for the Arts Category.

A commercial promoting Silver Dollar City’s Branson Attractions won a GOLD ADDY.

A Documentary for Omaha , Nebraska, based Vetter Foundation was honored with a GOLD ADDY in the Public Service Presentation Category.

In the Video Sales Presentation category, jackson+appleton brought home two SILVER ADDY Awards for a promotional video for College of the Ozarks’ “Faith, Hope & Hard Work U” and for Silver Dollar City’s Branson Attractions Corporate Video.

A commercial campaign entitled “My Bank” won a SILVER ADDY for Ozark Mountain Bank.

Finally, two internet marketing videos for The Bob Nichols Company won SILVER ADDY Awards for The Sky Surfer and Adventure Ziplines of Branson.

Owned by Robin Jackson and Nicholas Appleton, jackson+appleton is a full service production company serving Branson and beyond. Winning videos projects may be viewed at www.youtube.com/jacksonappleton.

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February
14
logo Tiffany Powers
tpowers@legendsinconcert.com
Legends in Concert
417-339-3003
www.legendsinconcert.com
1600 W. Hwy 76
Branson, MO   65616

Legends in Concert, The World’s Greatest Live Tribute Show, at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, announces area appreciation to our friends and families who live or work in Stone or Taney County. Tickets will be $5.00 plus tax on February 15, 16 & 17th. Come see Jerry Lee Lewis, Diana Ross, Brooks & Dunn, The Blues Brothers™ and Elvis in one incredible theatrical production including the Legends in Concert band and fabulous singers and dancers. Enjoy an amazing tribute to the American country duo, Brooks & Dunn; experience the energy of “The Killer”, Jerry Lee Lewis; enjoy the stunning songs of award winning vocalist, Diana Ross; clap along with the crazy antics of The Blues Brothers™; and “Shake, Rattle & Roll” with Elvis Presley!

Don’t miss this spectacular spring line-up during our area appreciation on February 15, 16 & 17th! Proof of residency or employment required at time of purchase. Tickets available day of show only and can be purchased at the Legends Box Office.

For more information, call 417-335-STAR or visit www.legendsinconcert.com.

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February
4

Mount Pleasant Winery – Opens Full Time!  We will open again full-time, 7 days a week, this Thursday, February 7th and thru March 10th will be open from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.  Our extended hours will begin March 11th.

We will continue to provide live music for your enjoyment on Saturday evenings from 3:00 – 5:00 pm.  Help us welcome vocalist Kenny Parrot this Saturday, February 9th.  Remember that our area appreciation continues thru the end of March so come in with your ID and receive 30% discount off your purchases (some restrictions apply).

3125 Green Mtn. Drive
417-336-9463.

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February
4

February will be month of saying thank you to active duty military and veterans.

(Branson, MO)  The Branson Mill Craft Village will celebrate the men and women who have protected our freedoms by hosting Valentines for Vets during the month of February.

“We are inviting anyone who wants to say thank you to a veteran or active duty military member to come into the Branson Mill during February and write a note that we will then send out,” said Branson Mill General Manager, Myranda Zimmerebner.

An original watercolor painting created by Branson Mill demonstrating crafter, Amy Callaway, has been transformed into the postcard that will be sent to service men and women as well as veterans.  In March all the postcard messages will be sent to a hospital for wounded soldiers in Kuwait, the front lines in Iraq and domestic VA hospitals.

“Also during the month of February the Branson Mill will be taking nominations for a veteran or active duty member of the military to win a weekend in Branson,” said Zimmerebner.  “We have great partners:  Legends In Concert, Extreme Thrill Park, Golden Corral and Branson Best Properties.  Together, a fun getaway is being awarded.”

From February 1st through the 28th anyone can go to the Branson Mill Craft Village Facebook page to make a nomination.  The Branson Mill crafters will then vote on the posts and award one winner a weekend for two in Branson.  The winner will be announced on Facebook March 2nd.

“Our Veteran’s Appreciation month will conclude with a big event,” Zimmerebner said.  “Friday, February 22nd a restored Huey 369 Vietnam Era helicopter will land in our parking lot for the afternoon.  The helicopter will be flying in from Peru, Indiana on its way to Las Vegas.  Branson is one of four stops during its journey.  While at the Branson Mill it will be available for the public to get up close and hear stories about the importance of the American Huey to the Vietnam War.”

The American Huey 369 Organization is behind this landing.  They are building awareness for an American Huey museum in Indiana and the restoration of more Hueys in the future.  Branson is the first public stop on the trip from Indiana to Nevada.  The helicopter will make two refueling stops before reaching Branson.  Updates will be made on the Branson Mill Craft Village Facebook page on more exact landing times.  It is expected to land in Branson around 5pm on February 22nd.

Details for February events to celebrate veterans and active duty members of the military can be found at www.bransonmill.com or facebook.com/bransonmill.

 About the Branson Mill Craft Village:

 The Branson Mill Craft Village, located at 3300 North Gretna Road in Branson, Missouri, is a specialty retail shopping center and working craft village combined. The heart of the Branson Mill is a working Craft Village of 40,000 square feet devoted to craftsmen demonstrating their skills in leather carving, wood carving, pottery, loom weaving, pen and ink drawings, wood turned pens made with exotic woods, custom embroidery, mosaic art, hand- made musical instruments and much more. In addition to these fine artists demonstrating their skills, there are 150 showrooms of upscale home furnishings, accessories and crafts, with many one-of-a-kind items and best of all it is open to the public at no charge. The Branson Mill Craft Village is open seven days a week.

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