See Bully This Thursday at Tinseltown
The San Angelo Police Department is working with Tugg, Inc. ("Tugg") to screen the documentary BULLY at the Cinemark Tinseltown USA this Thursday, January 17. There are only 37 tickets left, so go to the link at the bottom of this page to get yours now. BULLY focuses on the very important issue of bullying and how it affects America's youth. The San Angelo Police Department really led the charge on a grassroots effort to make this screening happen for the community. San Angelo Police Officer Erica Morris put the screening together because she is very passionate about the issue of bullying in schools and wants to use the BULLY screening as a platform to open a dialogue in the community.
Officer Morris used Tugg to bring this screening to San Angelo, and the service is available to anyone who wants to have a say in what is shown on the big screen in their community. Tugg is a collective action web-platform that enables individuals to choose the films that play in their local theaters by selecting a film from Tugg's library of studio and independent films, a screening time, and nearby theater, and then spreading the word to their immediate and online community. Once a necessary amount of people commit to attending, the event will be confirmed, and Tugg will reserve the theater, manage ticketing and ensure delivery of the film; allowing the audience to sit back and enjoy the show.
This innovative way of bringing current and classic films to moviegoers allows anyone to champion a film's release in their market. Officer Erica Morris teaches D.R.E.A.M. (Drug Resistance Education and Mentoring) to 5th graders and she found that using Tugg was the best and only way to have a big screen showing of the film in San Angelo as the studio had not scheduled it for release in the market. Officer Morris has always felt strongly about bullying and has seen the students' and parents' frustration that goes along with it. She feels screening BULLY will help the community and school district start a dialogue on the important issue of bullying in schools.
There are 37 tickets left at this time, get yours now at: