Hollywood Stimulates Georgia’s Economy with $3 Billion in Spending

The_Hunger_GamesGeorgia is becoming as a supplemental location to California’s struggling economy. If $3 Billion in spending is a struggling economy for California’s Hollywood then let’s just say us folk in south don’t really know what a thriving economy is.

In 2012, Georgia received $3.1 Billion in spending because of its tax structure making Georgia competitive with the likes of Canada and Louisiana which also see a substantial amount of Hollywood spending because of their tax structure.

Georgia will be adding a $90 million dollar studio in Effington County near Savannah along with a 2014 launch of Pinewood Studios. These two additions along with EUE/Screen Gems Studios, Tyler Perry Studios, and Atlanta Filmworks will surely continue to make Georgia a premier option for Studio Executives.

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Author:cedricarmand

Former Stylist at BCBGMAXAZRIAGROUP | Accepted Screenwriter by Hollywood Attorney John J. Tormey III | "Celebrity Supermodel" by Next Model Management - Miami

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3 Comments on “Hollywood Stimulates Georgia’s Economy with $3 Billion in Spending”

  1. Dwight
    July 30, 2013 at 10:39 am #

    Do you think any of that (now) local money would want to support a permanent local movie graphic arts collection, sort of like a movie tourist draw at an arts/film institution? Please see:

    http://www.dwightclevelandposterarchive.com

    • August 17, 2013 at 11:46 am #

      I think that’s a great idea. I’d love to see it!

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  1. Alüminyum Alaşım - July 27, 2013

    Alüminyum Alaşım

    good artical for me. thank you.

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