Artful Word: Non Profit Camera Drive

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Award winning producer James Gero is seeking ever more ways to bring you his community-based programming. To the forefront. And to you the citizens of this vibrant artistic city, Burlington, Vermont. As viewers of public access and the Artful Word, you the public, of course, are the most important and integral aspect of public access and my purpose as a producer in this integral and complicated process is to bring to you the viewer the very best of art openings, musical events, and all other community-oriented festivals. I cannot begin to name them all here. In doing this, it is imperative that I have the means to do so. This entails the availability to have a camera. Unfortunately, as a volunteer, this is not always possible. Therefore, I am seeking a way to obtain a video camera. Speaking for myself, I will say that I have thirty-five years of combined experience as an ardent and diligent community-oriented producer. Of course and as a matter of fact I am there for you, the public. In all this time, I have never had my own personal video camera. In doing so I will continue to bring to you the public access viewer, the very best in all genres and iterations front line programming that you have come to rely on for your viewing pleasure and enjoyment. This has always been my mission and I hope that you have enjoyed it. As a non-profit, I am seeking a Panasonic AC90 video camera. If you can help in any manner, please feel free to call and personally speak to me. My phone number is 802-234-0181. Sincerly, James Gero.

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