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USAcreate Emerges in New York City

It’s big news that the Platinum PIAs event is now going to be called the Awards Show, but that’s not the only story!


Realizing Your Dream

We’re not the first to get wind of this story out but we may be the most passionate. Very exciting news: is emerging. It means that all those who have an American Dream will, via, be able to use marketing online to get closer and closer to realizing that dream. The slogan by sums it all up: “USA Create Your American Dream Online.”

Breaking out the News After Around Eight Months

It’s incredible how quickly time passes but it’s already been around eight months since last we last left a post. We took a much needed rest after being in the thick off creating a movie using our special process. But we had to break the silence to give you the news that is finally here!

We have the Inside Track

We have to admit we had an inside track regarding We know one of the members of the Blogger Coalition that is working with them. You see, has partnerships with various bloggers and blogs to get out a message of positivity and hope for America. And they’re doing it by supporting blogs in ways that include hosting, marketing and other services at no cost. They are doing so because they believe that it is through unified movements like the Blogger Coalition that it becomes possible to get the word out.

The Blogger Coalition

You may know that the founder of manages the Blogger Coalition which consists of over 30 blogs. Some of these blogs are for clients and others are designated for community purposes and in house projects. What you may not have heard about is that the mission of the Coalition is to not only to give visibility to those who are making a difference, but it is also one of the most direct pathways to becoming nominated for a Platinum PIA (the event that is now called The Awards Show)! So much changes in just eight months!

By Thrillumentary

The filmmakers behind the documystery movie process experiment known as "Thrillumentary," wish to thank Judith O'Dea for generously giving of her time in person to speak with us regarding the filmmaking process used on the movie she starred in which is the 1968 version of "Night of the Living Dead."