Is Putnam County and the Lake Country a viable place to film? Is the economic, workforce and political structure in the region strong enough to support a gaming or esports venture? Are there suppliers in Eatonton that can handle the needs and complexities of music, film and gaming companies? Yes.
The Lake Country Entertainment 100 event, presented by Putnam County, the Eatonton-Putnam Chamber of Commerce and Georgia Entertainment News, is set for December 12th. Representatives from all over the state and beyond will be on hand to receive an update on happenings in the region.
In 2019, dozens of prospects have reached out to consider the area for their film or to expand their business. This, combined with unprecedented activity in the gaming and music sector have created incredible momentum for the region.
Emily Holt with the Eatonton-Putnam Chamber of Commerce, “As we tell producers, directors and filmmakers, Eatonton and the Lake Country is ready to make their next project a success. We have access to all the services of other communities at a much lower overall cost. We are proud to have the support of a diverse mix of local and state partners share in this messaging via the event.”
“Putnam County along with their Chamber has an impressive collaborative history. Companies already in the area attest to the positive environment in The Lake Country,” says Randy Davidson, President of Georgia Entertainment News. “The attendees, supporters and partners of this event illustrate the strong commitment Putnam County has along with a qualified workforce and strong infrastructure.”
- Presented by:Putnam County, the Eatonton-Putnam Chamber of Commerce and Georgia Entertainment News
Local Partners include:
- RTSO Transportation
- Barrel 118
- The Wizardz
- Putnam Natural Resources, LLC
- Tytan Pictures
- High Priority Pest Control
- Lake Country Pharmacy & Compounding Center
- Freckled Face Productions
- Edward Jones, Teresa W. Doster
- W&A Engineering
- Dot to Dot Catering
Statewide Partners include: