August 20, 2008
ABC Morning News Features Visual Industries, Inc. Subsidiary Sterling Worldwide’s Film “The Pack,” Winner of the 2008 Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival Honorable Mention Feature
Visual Industries, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VUAL) subsidiary Sterling Worldwide along with Electric Movies and Jamaad Production is proud to announce that "The Pack" has been featured on ABC Morning News. ABC News personalities Lori Stokes and Sandy Kenyon endorse "The Pack" and encourage viewers to see the movie, stating, "'The Pack' is an independent film to look for, an intriguing film, a must-see film that should not get lost in the summer shuffle of the major Hollywood studio releases."
"The Pack" won Honorable Mention Feature at the Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival August 9th in Houston, TX. The gripping movie has been showcased at film festivals throughout the country in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Arizona and Baltimore and was nominated for the Best Feature Audience award at the Hoboken International Film Festival. "The Pack" has garnered critical acclaim while engaging its audiences and inspiring important discussions about secondhand smoke.
Kira Baskerville-Williams, CEO of Sterling Worldwide Entertainment, states, "'The Pack' continues to grab the attention of the public as a viable film that speaks volumes to what our moral responsibility is to one another."
Sterling Worldwide Entertainment is a full-service entertainment company that creates diverse projects through its core divisions: Sterling Pictures, Sterling Television, & Sterling Home Entertainment.
To view a trailer of the movie, please visit www.thepack.info or www.sterlingwwe.com. For more information on the Bayou City Inspirational Festival, please visit the website, www.bciff.com.
For further information, contact Investor Relations, YES INTERNATIONAL, 800-631-8127.
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Contact: YES INTERNATIONAL 800-631-8127
SOURCE: Visual Industries