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Event Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015

 

Filmmaker John Holod Explores the Mother Road, Route 66

 

American song writer Bobby Tourp celebrated the ‘Mother Roads” with his 1946, hit, “Get your kicks on Route 66.”  John Holod has put this famous road on film and is his new, “Route 66, Exploring the Mother Road.”

 



 John Holod takes his viewers on a nostalgic journey along a memorable highway, Route 66.

Omaha, NE, March 16, 2015 (McKenzieNewsService.com) - Twenty-five times around the earth, six-hundred thousand miles, documentary film producer and RV King, John Holod will present his new film, “Route 66, Exploring The Mother Road,” for Omaha World Adventurers, Thursday, April 9th at Village Pointe Theaters, 304 North 174th Street, Omaha, NE. There will be two showings: 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tickets at the door are $14.00.
 
John Holod has traveled more miles and filmed more destinations in North America than most filmmakers in the US and Canada. He has traveled twelve times to 49 states, Baja, Canada and travel sites in between. John has appeared at over 120 RV shows, the National Geographic Society, Carnegie Institute, Cal Tech and many more. In 2007 the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association of America awarded Holod the “Distinguished Achievement in RV Journalism Award.” Now John takes his viewers on a nostalgic journey along a memorable highway, Route 66.
 
American song writer Bobby Tourp celebrated the ‘Mother Roads” with his 1946, hit, “Get your kicks on Route 66.”  John Holod has put this famous road on film and is his new, “Route 66, Exploring the Mother Road.” The distance will not be traveled from behind the wheel of a Chevy Corvette as did actors Martin Milner and Tod Stiles in the popular sixty’s TV series, “Route 66.” John will again be traveling in a recreational vehicle. He will take us from, “Chicago to LA, more than 2000 miles all the way,” as he visits all the towns in that great song.
 
Along the way he also has many interviews, like historian and artist Jerry McClanahan, musician Harley Russell, Funks Grove Maple Sirup matriarch Glaida Funk, Pontiac, MI Mayor Bob Russell, Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum operator Jerry Ries, plus others.
 
John serves up the occasional quip during the 90 minute presentation including a few “groaners” that prove endearing. Today tourists from all over the world come to experience the “Mother Road.” Join John on at Village Pointe Theaters, April 9th and rediscover America’s unique treasure, Route 66.

 

Web: www.traveladventurefilms.com, Phone: (661) 295-9787

 

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Nebraska, Omaha, Event Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015

Filmmaker John Holod explorers the Mother Road, Route 66

Twenty-five times around the earth, six-hundred thousand miles, documentary film producer and RV King, John Holod will present his new film, “Route 66, Exploring The Mother Road,” for Omaha World Adventurers, Thursday, April 9th at Village Pointe Theaters, 304 North 174th Street, Omaha, NE. There will be two showings: 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tickets at the door are $14.00. American song writer Bobby Tourp celebrated the ‘Mother Roads” with his 1946, hit, “Get your kicks on Route 66.”  John Holod has put this famous road on film and is his new, “Route 66, Exploring the Mother Road.” The distance will not be traveled from behind the wheel of a Chevy Corvette as did actors Martin Milner and Tod Stiles in the popular sixty’s TV series, “Route 66.” John will again be traveling in a recreational vehicle. He will take us from, “Chicago to LA, more than 2000 miles all the way,” as he visits all the towns in that great song. Web: www.traveladventurefilms.com, Phone: (661) 295-9787

Event Name: Route 66, Exploring the Mother Road

Event Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015

Event Location: Village Pointe Theaters, 304 North 174th, Omaha, NE

Admission: $14 At The Door, Two Showing: 2 & 7:30 P.m.

Web: www.traveladventurefilms.com, Phone: (661) 295-9787

 

 


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