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Oregon Film And TV Dollars Are Everywhere

Oregon Film and TV dollars don’t just go into the pockets of actors and crew members… they filter out into the entire Oregon Economy.  Have you seen Oregon Film and TV Dollars at work in your community?  Did those dollars help you when things were bad? Did a production buy something from a business you own, or work at?  Have you found one of these bills in your pocket, or in your “till?”  We want to hear your story!

When you send your story in, be sure to note where you were, how you want your name listed, and any web or social media presence we can link to when we share your story with our readers!

Tell us how YOU or YOUR BUSINESS have benefitted from Oregon's film and TV industry!

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Show us where you’ve seen Oregon Film and TV Dollars at work! 

Click here to visit our Oregon Film And TV Dollars At Work Google Map - Let us know where you’ve seen Oregon Film and TV Dollars being spent within the state.  Did you see a bill at a grocery store?  A film crew buying supplies at a hardware store?  Maybe you saw a production in-process in your town… add a pin to the map and let us know where!

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