Memorial Day "Tennis Anyone?" Event!

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Memorial Day "Tennis Anyone?" Event!

Time: May 28, 2012 all day
Location: Online
Event Type: online, voting/short, film, showing
Organized By: The Ashland Talent Film Group
Latest Activity: May 25, 2012

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Not only will Tennis Anyone? be available online all day Memorial Day, but we are also giving you the chance to decide what sport "The Champ" plays next! Football? Bowling? Soccer? It is up to you! Be part of our creative process and help us pick. All you have to do is visit us online www.ashlandtalentfilmgroup.webs.com, or at our Facebook page and cast your vote. Voting will only be open Memorial Day, but it will be all day. And if you don't know who "The Champ" is watch Tennis Anyone? online free and then cast your vote!

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