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Apr 04,2008
Buckboard Murder Mysteries teams with Motion Pictures
by Bend Weekly News Sources

REDMOND, Ore. -- Buckboard Murder Mysteries has contracted with Motion Pictures Videography to produce a series of broadcast commercials showcasing the talents and versatility of Central Oregon's finest interactive entertainment troupe. The first two commercials will begin airing in April/May.

"Like our shows, our commercials are fun and unique to this market," says Steve Meyer, managing partner, Buckboard Productions. "Our talented troupe brings interactive murder mysteries, game shows and teambuilding events to Central Oregon's public and private audiences. Each murder mystery show has speaking roles and props for 20 audience members."

"Brian Johnson, Director of Motion Pictures Videography, has done an excellent job of capturing the mystery, intrigue and fun of our shows and translating it to mass media," Meyer continues. "The creativity and professionalism of Motion Pictures Videography stands out." 

Johnson, an award-winning director, says, "The Buckboard spots are my first venture into television advertising. My background and training is in film production, so with any project, whether it's a wedding or an industrial training video, I'm looking to create a product that is an irresistible viewing pleasure.

"Steve at Buckboard Productions handed me a great opportunity to stretch beyond the ordinary smiling salesman and produce something cinematic." 
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