|By Marketwired .||
|May 20, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- Proud of the part they play in connecting with and serving the entertainment industry, Hollywood Production Center has announced they are launching a series of events to stay connected to the industry and allow for networking opportunities between execs and industry personnel.
The series will kick off with the first event to be held at Hollywood Production Center's Glendale location found at 121 W. Lexington Drive. The event is to take place on Thursday, June 26 at 6:00PM. The large event will honor industry leader TwoFour, a features & entertainment television producer and content agency. The night will be celebrating the profound influence they have had in shaping the industry and what Broadcast has named 'Best Indie Production Company.' An open bar and passed hors d'oeuvres will be featured, along with live music at the fully serviced turnkey office space of Hollywood Production Center.
The second event, to be held on Saturday, August 16 at 7:00PM at TENTEN Wilshire will honor the Emmy nominated drama "Burn Notice." The well-known series enjoyed a successful seven season run which concluded in 2013. In addition to the show's Emmy nominations, the TV drama enjoyed other nominations and wins from ASCAP, the Edgar Allen Poe Awards, Peoples Choice Awards, and the WGA.
The Miami-based action drama "Burn Notice" tells the story of Michael Westen, a former CIA agent who was burned and now is on a mission to find out who did it, all while using his training to help others along the way.
The Hollywood Production Center event will bring the theme of "Miami Nights" to the rooftop of TENTEN Wilshire in Downtown Los Angeles, and industry attendees will enjoy spectacular views of the city from the venue. Hollywood Production Center's event series intends to bring industry professionals together to celebrate the accomplishments of so many in the industry.
Additional events will be scheduled and announced in the future.
About Hollywood Production Center
Hollywood Production Center has been serving the production industry since 2001 from four state of the art facilities in Hollywood and Glendale. Hollywood Production Center is the area's top facility with immediate occupancy for production, post production space, location shooting, fully serviced office space and creative work space. Turn key office space is available to rent by the day, week, month or longer, without long term contracts.
Quickly becoming known as the "home away from home" for production execs, Hollywood Production Center offers perks to make industry exec's lives easier, including an on-site cafe, hair salon, gym with lockers and a resident personal trainer.
For more information on the events or Hollywood Production Center, visit www.hollywoodpc.com
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