Cherokee County Attracts Young Talent from Across Georgia
Local entrepreneurs team up with production company to live, work, and play in Cherokee County.
By: Loud South Productions
Two entrepreneurs that grabbed Loud South's attention are Cody and Lauren Bolden, owners of Pie Bar and Pie Provisions. "We have been wanting to create a short campaign that highlights exactly what Pie Bar and Pie Provisions stand for: community, passion, and time spent with the ones you love" said Manders, "When I came across Pie Provisions, I knew we had found the right fit".
The Downtown Woodstock pie shop highlights community and warm memories throughout their campaigns, and knew that before working with Loud South, they would need to be sure that the production team would be on board with working in Cherokee County. Over the course of several weeks, Loud South scouted locations around the county and settled on a private residence in Canton to film. "We understand that filming can have a big impact on a community" states Courson, "which is why we take tasks like choosing the right location and spending our dollars inside that community very seriously".
Of the 10 person crew that arrived on set in Canton in early June, Cinematographer Dylan Jones was "one of the most important collaborators"
Following the day of filming, the cast and crew spent time supporting another local business, Reformation Brewery, at their newest location at the Mill on Etowah. "Supporting local businesses and working with other young professionals is important to us, which is why we are excited to introduce even more people [the cast and crew] to Cherokee County" states Lauren Bolden. "Even through the location may not be relevant to the content of the commercial we shot, it was incredibility important to us to spend our time and our dollars in Cherokee County".
To view the commercial shot in Canton, Georgia, visit http://PieProvisions.com
Weston Manders, Loud South Productions