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Film company coming to downtown Senoia

Film distribution service company Go 2 Studios announced Tuesday it will establish an office in Senoia.

Company president Latanya Potts said Go 2 Studios is a leading mainstream film distribution outlet servicing companies such as Redbox, Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Netflix and an array of other nationally-acclaimed television networks.

Representing a significant number of experienced and inspired film producers and directors across the country enables Go 2 Studios to reach the masses in the film industry, said Potts, whose experience casting A-list actors and actress extends for more than 17 years.

“Our film services will allow new and experienced professionals in the film industry access to growth and opportunities. Our company represents a significant investment into the growth and continuing success in the film industry. We also look forward to providing jobs to the community at large,” said Potts.

Raleigh/Riverwood Studios President Scott Tigchelaar said Go 2 Studios offices will be located on the third floor of the 48 Main Street building in downtown Senoia.

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