SOURCE: The Small Business Company
LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Jul 18, 2012) - The Small Business Company (PINKSHEETS: SBCO)
The Small Business Company - DBA - Select Business and Corporation Opportunities Inc., a Business Development Company announces the film opening of JULY MOON for the 43rd anniversary of the man's first steps on the moon. Although anticipated by many to be completed before this anniversary, the actual film was completely recut to include additional press coverage from the 40th anniversary. The City of Albuquerque and the South Broadway Cultural Center will sponsor the screening on July 19th, at 7:00pm. The film will then make its way to 5 (five) more major cities including New York City during July, August and September.
The film features Buzz Aldrin, Bill Dana and Gary George. The writers include Michael Amundsen, an Albuquerque film maker, editor and director whose film Price of the American Dream II was awarded Best Dramatic Feature at the New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase sponsored by the New Mexico State Film Commission.
Renaissance Entertainment and Media Group is a Portfolio Company of Select Business and Corporation Opportunities Inc.
About The Small Business Company:
The Small Business Company is a corporation registered in the State of Delaware. SBCO became a fully reporting public company through the filing of a 10SB in late 2006 and began trading on the OTC pink sheets in January 2007. The Small Business Company's strong leadership and vast knowledge and experience will enable the company to be successful in obtaining low risk high growth companies.
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