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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 14,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 3 Film Festivals
my friend and anti-bully advocate Shane Graham. Together we spread the word that bullying can be stopped and it starts with everyone committing to zero tolerance. We were also invited to participate in the fashion show and wear some of the top Boston designer outfits while walking the runway. The event was a huge success with ‘Fast’ Freddy Murphy from Mix104.1 CBS Radio hosting and several photographers (WG Digital Images and Mike Egan Photography) and magazine editors from “Isabels” and “Original Living” coming out in support. I have attached the “Press Write-up” as well as some of the pictures from the event.
Meredith Prunty, 16 year old actress and anti-bully advocate is relentless in her quest to raise awareness about bullying. Meredith is currently one of the busiest young actresses in the New England area with over 13 movies to her credit including role as “Young Lacey” in the movie “Mark of the Dog Rose” and her recent appearance on the films “Grown Ups 2” and “BackMask”. Despite her busy schedule, Meredith makes it a priority to speak out at every opportunity about bullying. Meredith feels that teens need to stop teens. Being a bystander is not acceptable including when it comes to cyber bullying which is on the rise. No stranger to the media, Meredith has appeared on numerous television interviews, newspaper articles and national publications where she tenaciously spreads the anti-bullying message. In addition, Meredith gained global recognition for her poignant performance as the “Bleeder” in Michael and Marisa’s wildly successful “The Same” anti-bully music video which was seen on sites such as Yahoo! and PBGGoKids. Thousands of fans follow Meredith on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites creating tremendous social media presence which she uses to effectively promote and communicate anti-bullying awareness. Her loyal fans help Meredith spread the anti-bullying message. A recent article in VIV magazine was shared over 5,000 times and HCAM news director Michelle Murdock reported that their recent story covering Meredith’s speech at “The Brand UR” rally was the most watched video 3 months in a row. For additional information or requests for interviews please visit Meredith’s website at http://www.meredithprunty.com where links to article, current events and anti-bulling news and contact information can be found.
Shane Graham-Bevis, is a 14 year old teen advocate against anti-bullying. At some point in our lives everyone has been bullied, called names or picked on. For some it ends, but for others it does not, it is those victims. Shane reaches out to. Shane was once a victim and stood up for himself and feels it is the only way to end bullying. Shane has done a lot to promote awareness and has been in numerous articles including front page of the Lowell Sun Newspaper, television , radio. In addition, Shane has done numerous public speaking engagements, flash mobs, spoke before the Mayor of Lowell and School committee and modeled to raise awareness about the long term effects bullying has on people, and the numerous ways it can affect adulthood. Shane has attended festivals and passed out information, sold t-shirts, posters and other products related to Shane’s Anti-bullying Program. Shane recently became a nonprofit and acquired a EIN number and have developed a team of kids that have all been bullied in the past and help with his program and dance in our rap.
Hey everyone! I attached the PR announcement for another anti-bullying event I will be speaking at. All the details are listed below. Hope you can join us!
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
- On Saturday, Feb.25, 2012, I was a guest speaker at the Red Carpet event for the “Brand UR”. The above picture is me posing for a photo with the owner and creator of the The Brand UR , Jodi LaFountain. The brand UR was founded and based on our line called popUlaR. The U and R in popUlaR were designed to be highlighted in the word making a statement by all that wore it as they were representing that UR popUlaR ….. that EVERYONE IS POPULAR! www.thebrandur.com. What was great about this opportunity is that I was able to speak out to a crowd of about 300 about why we all need to work togther to stop bullying.
So excited to team up with fellow actress and peer Taylor Hay and producer Seng2kx for a anti-bullying PSA!
Hey everyone – I am really excited to announce that I am teaming up with awesome actress Taylor Hay and several other actors to put together an anti-bullying PSA. What is so great about this project is Taylor and I have met through a few actor related networking sites but have never met face to face! The power of coming together though the use of modern technology and a common cause! Taylor is on the West Coast and I am on the East (Boston) so this will be an official Bi-Coastal production. More importantly, we are coming together to fight bullying. Taylor will be filming her segment on the west and then mail dropping her part to the producer who will then splice the footage in with the rest of the actors. AMAZING! Seng2kx Productions is going to do an awesome job pulling this all together. I can’t wait to see it! Below is the official PR announcement and if you want to learn more about Taylor Hay or Seng2kx productions click on the pictures below.
Boston, Jan. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Seng2kx Productions , a Boston-based Film and Entertainment production company, today announced Meredith Prunty, age 16, well known Boston based actress and anti-bully advocate will be anchoring and co-producing an anti-bullying PSA titled “Change Things”. This PSA is a unique Bi-Coastal collaboration that will include contributions from actors on both the East and West coasts. “The Entertainment Industry can be very competitive – it is great to have my peers coming together to help me spread the word”, Meredith said. Included in the group of actors is LA based teen actress Taylor Hay (Yes, Virginia TV Series). Taylor was eager to sign on to this project despite her busy schedule as she shares a common bond with Meredith – both girls are anti-bully advocates. Taylor Hay is a cancer survivor as well and she and Meredith have nurtured a friendship after meeting on a networking site despite never having met in person. Meredith Prunty, “These Public Service Announcements bring much-needed awareness to the growing problem of violence faced by teens today and we feel that it is important for teens to work together to help stop this growing problem”.
The PSA is will be released spring 2012 and will be available for viewing at seng2kx.blogspot.com and on selected television broadcasts. For additional information please contact Seng2kxproductions@gmail.com.