“23 Blast” is the true story of Travis Freeman, a local football player from Corbin, Kentucky who lost his sight at the age of 12. At age 9, Travis began his football career as the water boy for the Corbin Redhounds High School team. At the age of 17, Freeman made his first start as the Redhounds center. Now, the remarkable journey of this young man is being made into a full-length feature film.
On Thursday, April 12th, “University of the Cumberlands Night” will be held at Campbell Field in Corbin. The makers of the movie are asking that UC students gather up your friends as they need extras for the filming of this great movie. If you are interested in becoming an extra, send an email with "April 12th" as the subject to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and cell phone number and someone will contact you to confirm the start time of filming for the night. The movie crew is in need of at least 100 UC students for this opportunity.
Also, on Saturday April 14th, they request that you join “23 Blast” for the BIG football night featuring the Kentucky Bulldogs with meet and greets from cast members Max Adler (Glee) and Mark Hapka (Days of Our Lives) and a chance to win some great prizes.
Make sure that you RSVP your spot for Saturday’s festivities by sending an email to email@example.com. The crew is requesting 700 fans for Saturday night. Make sure to tell your friends and family so that they can also join in on the festivities.
For more information on the filming of “23 Blast”, you can always check out their Facebook page by searching “23 Blast”. You can also follow them on Twitter by searching @23blast. They are also hosting a blogging site for the movie at www.23blast.blogspot.com.