House Working Group on Creative Arts & Entertainment Visits Warner Brothers’ TV Set
Thursday, March 14th, 2019
State Representative Matt Dollar (R-Marietta), along with members of the House Working Group on Creative Arts & Entertainment, visited the studio set of the Warner Brothers’ television series, “Doom Patrol.”
“I am very impressed with the level of brick and mortar investment, as well as the 550 jobs created by this one project alone,” said Rep. Dollar, Chairman of the House Working Group on Creative Arts & Entertainment. “Georgia has been recognized as a world leader in film production, with billions in economic impact for our state. In an effort to develop meaningful legislation that will help ensure that we are preparing an equipped film workforce, our working group will continue to visit with and hear from various industry experts to learn more about the needs of these industries that employ thousands of Georgians.”
During their visit, members of the House working group viewed the extensive set of the show, located in Conyers, and saw first-hand, the millions that have been invested in this project.