Award-Winning Author Launches Campaign to Bring Popular Cable Series to Baltimore, MD to Stimulate the Local Black Economy
The economical impact of shooting a television series in Baltimore can never be overemphasized. This fact is justified by the analysis made by the Maryland Film Office’s website, which posit that; the fourth season of House of Cards resulted in the employment of 2,678 crew, cast and extras, and generated business among 1,963 local businesses and vendors. As a result of this tremendous impact, Haki has been very much interested in the continuation of this trend in Baltimore and has moved a step closer to achieving that with his campaign to bring the Homeland series to the city.
Homeland is an overwhelming and highly exhilarating TV series that portrays events that would sublimate the viewer’s entire being. Its content depicts series of complex actors who work together to achieve a suspenseful and sensational storyline. Recently, Haki himself served as an extra in the Homeland series.
Using the hashtag #BringHomelandTVtoBaltimore and a Facebook group by the same name, Haki aims to build on the basis of both House of Cards and Homeland which are similar to encourage youth and adult civics and to bring a wonderful quality show to Baltimore and Maryland at large. According to Haki, “There has been a growing support with the Maryland film office to support projects like House of cards so why not Homeland”. This campaign encompasses everyone and Haki Ammi encourages the general public to key in and help bring the very best to Baltimore, MD.
About Haki Ammi
Haki Ammi is co-author of the bestseller Mission Unstoppable: Extraordinary Stories of Failures’ Blessings, a radio host, an entrepreneur, a community organizer, a speaker, a job and career coach, and a network marketer. He is also a United States Navy veteran, and currently a 13 year veteran serving as an EMT/FF in Baltimore City Fire Department. He was a Business Marketing Major which positioned him as a Board member on Baltimore City African American Chamber of Commerce. His work has been featured in the Baltimore Afro, and the Baltimore Times Newspaper. He has hosted radio programs on www.elifemedia.net, the Carl Nelson Show, and 1590 AM WFBR in Baltimore. He has been on the newsmaker line for the Larry Young Morning Show on 10:10am in Baltimore. In all, Haki has proven to be a hardworking and focused figure to be emulated.
For more information and/or to contact Haki Ammi, visit www.successscholarhaki.com or contact him at 410-209-9867 and firstname.lastname@example.org.