Tuesday, July 1st, Premiere Events had the pleasure of being a part of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Event at the Hollywood Heritage Barn. The event was to celebrate the Hollywood Heritage Barn’s first feature film and raise awareness about the little museum right across from the Hollywood Bowl. It was the 100-year anniversary of the first feature-length picture made by Lasky Feature Play Company, which became Paramount Pictures made in Hollywood. The Museum Building has been seen in many productions starting with “The Squaw Man” in 1914, which was made by Cecil B. DeMille.
Premiere Events provided the bar for the event with a selection of beer and wines, as well as soft drinks and water. Along with Premiere Events there were other vendors such as Variety Magazine and Tin Horn Flats, which provided sliders, quesadillas and pasta salad. Sunset Ranch was also in attendance and had horses and a pony walking around. There was also a man on silts, old cars on display, games for kids and skits from old movies being preformed.
-Karlie Gurela Premiere Events Intern