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22966GPS: The Movie Details

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  • Doc
    Aug 30, 2007
      Here are the details for getting GPS: The Movie so we can show it.  The poll indicated that only 20 people would definitely go, but that doesn't inlcude spouses and/or family members and/or friends and/or anyone else we could sell tickets to.   As stated in the email, we would have to clear $500 minimum to get the movie.  At 20 geocachers, thats $25 each.  So we would definitely need to get out there and sell some tickets in order to get the movie down here... 
      and this wouldn't cover the rental of the Alamo Draft House (or other venue) to screen the movie at....
      aka Doc Geo

      Eric Colley <eric@...> wrote:
      From: "Eric Colley" <eric@...>
      To: <bcwatson@...>
      Subject: RE: GPS HUNT - CONTACT
      Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2007 09:33:45 -0700


      I'll attach the license agreement and checklist for having a screening. We
      try to work with Geocachers as much as we can. You can also check out this
      profit calculator to help you understand the numbers. Basically you have to
      sell tickets to the screening. The min. license fee is $500. So if you
      only had 50 people paying $10, you'd be good.

      Take a look at the attachments and let me know if you have questions.

      Eric Colley

      -----Original Message-----
      From: bcwatson@... [mailto:bcwatson@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 5:47 AM
      To: eric@...
      Subject: GPS HUNT - CONTACT

      FULL NAME: Barry Watson
      PHONE: 512-463-1160
      MESSAGE: The geocachers in the Austin, TX area would like to see this movie.
      What requirements are there to get it shown here? For instance, do you have
      a set fee for showing it that we would have to recoup from the ticket sales?
      Or do you accept a certain portion of ticket sales? Do you have a set
      number of showings that you require? Please let me know the details so I
      can contact a few theaters in the area to find out their requirements also.
      There are a couple that do show indie films....

      Barry Watson

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