July 7, 2013 -- Greenwood, MS
The AMM crew pulled into Greenwood, MS for Day 3 of the American Made Movie Tour.
As promised, Executive Producers, Mr. and Mrs. Strickland joined the team.
The Bus pulled up to the Town Center to meet with residents and share bowls of the deliciously made in America Jolly Time popcorn. Among the crowd was (Krum). Krum (why he's important).
Be sure to tune in the near future for the online radio interview.
While in the Delta Blues spirit, the AMM crew stopped by the Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church to pay their respects to the grave of Delta Blues King, Robert Johnson. Johnson's grave site and roots in the Delta Mississippi marks one of the largest American Made origin yet.
The day ended with a pre-release screening of the American Made Movie. The event was hosted at the famous Alluvian Hotel. Here guest mingled and dined before the movie and a Q&A was held with Co-Directors/Co-Producers Vincent Vittorio and Nathaniel Thomas McGill. (Award)
Thank you, Greenwood, for a fantastic day! To see more photos from Day 3 -- Greenwood, MS, Click Here to be directed to our Flickr. We look forward to our next stop into Tupelo, MS.