GLENDALE, CA, USA – “This is a proud day for us,” commented Bob Chambers, Executive Producer & Co-CEO of The Producers Group. “Our Board of Advisors is our brain trust with over 120 years of combined experience. They will be our sounding board and provide executive-level corporate direction. It’s a true honor to be associated with this talented group of people.”
The Producers Group Board of Advisors include: Thomas McCann, former Senior Vice President Show Ride Engineering at Walt Disney Imagineering; David Snyder, former Director Show Ride Engineering at Walt Disney Imagineering; Wendy Heimann-Nunes, former Senior Director, Business and Legal Affairs Universal Studios; and Don Iwerks, Disney Legend, Co-Founder of Iwerks Entertainment, and 35 year Disney Executive.
“The executive team of The Producers Group is deeply rooted in and passionate about story-telling projects,” commented Wendy Heimann-Nunes of Heimann Galen LLP. “I believe owners and developers will gain a competitive advantage by availing themselves of The Producers Group’s unique combination of production management know-how, technical expertise and true understanding of the nuances of the creative process.”
“These people represent the absolute core values of The Producers Group,” remarked Edward S. Marks, Executive Producer & Co-CEO of The Producers Group. “The Producers Group was established to make attractions happen. Our Board of Advisors has a long history of doing that and more. The experience they bring to the table not only graces the reputation of The Producers Group but assures our clients we have access to some of the greatest technical, creative and professional minds in the business.”
About The Producers Group
The Producers Group is a unique, creative, and experienced group of entertainment professionals, who have successfully worked together to provide services for entertainment projects around the world. Their combined theme park experience totals over half a century of experience, with the development and production of hundreds of attractions, casino and museum projects. Their most recent successes include The Fortune Diamond at the Galaxy Casino in Macau and the acclaimed Crane Dance at Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore. The Crane Dance (created by Jeremy Railton and Entertainment Design Corporation) recently received a prestigious Thea Award. The Producer Group’s production-centric model is designed to maintain the balance between creative vision, technical design and budget realities throughout the project development process – from concept to installation and opening day.
|Crane Dance at Resorts World Sentosa. Photo courtesy The Producers Group|
For more information on The Producers Group, please visit www.Producers-Group.com
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