IRVING, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 08/08/14 -- For association members around the world, surviving business challenges -- whether they be economic, industry-specific or technological -- defines their ultimate success. Dallas-based MultiView Inc. recently sent a nine-person production crew on a 12,000-mile trek across America to chronicle the success of such businesses. The result is "Good Company," a reality documentary based entirely around association members and their accomplishments. MultiView is set to premier the episodes at Booth No. 329 at the ASAE Annual Meeting in Nashville, Aug. 10-11, and at the MultiView Party in Nashville at the Wildhorse Saloon, Aug. 11.
By offering an inside a look into individual member accomplishments across a wide variety of associations, "Good Company" proves that sometimes taking a step outside the box can lead to unprecedented results. From a leading cattle ranch in Hereford, Texas, to a Pittsburgh company that builds luxurious children's playhouses, "Good Company" features an insightful look into the business lives of America's most unique entrepreneurs. The documentary provides captivating stories of association members that are succeeding despite a disruptive economy.
Months' worth of planning went into the production of "Good Company," culminating in an intense filming schedule of in-depth interviews with business owners and their teams; documenting of products and processes; and illustrating how the company's community and association relationship impacts their overall business.
"At MultiView, our core business model revolves around the association world, and we are no strangers to the hurdles that industry leaders face," said Dan Maitland, president of MultiView. "We understand that association members represent the strongest attributes of an industry's workforce and each have a unique story to tell. 'Good Company' is a viable vehicle to tell the stories of these members and to prove that success in American business is alive and well."
"Good Company" features members of leading industry associations, including the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, International Association of Fire Chiefs, Natural Products Association, National Beer Wholesalers Association, National Science Teachers Association, National Recreation and Park Association, Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, American Alliance of Museums, International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, and the World Pet Association.
"Good Company" is set to premier on television and various web channels in winter 2014. For more information on the documentary, including photos, media coverage and additional information on the featured companies, visit www.MultiView.com.
About MultiView, Inc.
Dallas-based MultiView is the leading B2B digital media publisher in the association world. We are the No. 1 provider of royalty-revenue to associations across North America. Our news briefs, educational content and buyer's guides connect professionals with the industry-specific information, products and services they need. To learn more about MultiView, visit www.MultiView.com.
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