roll inn manufactured home community

It has been a busy spring for Spirit Vision Films.

Bexco Capital of Bellevue, Washington hired us to create a video of a property they are offering to investors here in Clallam County, on the east end of Port Angeles – the Roll Inn Manufactured Home Community.

The video highlights the park, the surrounding areas and distance to them, all in a one-minute, 20-second video.

Thank you for your business Bexco Capital! We hope this video will help the owner quickly sell their business to a future owner. The community of manufactured homes is close to everything in Port Angeles!

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Ward Bridge restoration project update

Spirit Vision Films will begin filming and documenting the progress of the Ward Bridge Restoration project by local contractor Bruch and Bruch Construction of Port Angeles, Washington, starting on June 17th, 2019. They will be working for the Clallam County Road Department to restore this county bridge.

The contractor has asked that the road closure be pushed up to June 17th because of the time element involved in setting up the project’s in-water work and fish window permit that starts on July 15th through August 15th. This is a very short 30-day period to complete the repair of the supports that span the Dungeness River.

They will begin creating access roads on either side of bridge prior to doing the in-water work in July, giving them a head start when the fish window appears.

Spirit Vision Films will be on hand documenting the closure of the bridge through the opening of the repaired bridge, that will include fresh asphalt paving in late September.

We will give video updates throughout the repair as we did with the reconstruction of the McDonald Creek Bridge last year. You can see that project here https://vimeo.com/270272547.

Stay tuned!

The Legacy project update

Spirit Vision Films has just completed seven training modules for the Northwest Cooperative Development Center’s Legacy Project based in Olympia, Washington and serves Oregon, Idaho, and Washington. This project was grant-funded by the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

We spent four days traveling from Mt. Vernon to Olympia filming conferences presented by Colorado’s Jason Wiener and Linda Phillips of the Colorado Cooperative Developers.

With 65 million baby boomer owned small businesses coming to a place where the owners are considering retiring, selling their business, or just shutting the doors, a cooperative model makes good sense for their employees. It gives the employees a chance to take over a business from the owner and continue bringing jobs and a economic future to communities across the United States.

We here at Spirit Vision Films not only create films and videos, but also learn from the material that we film. We are hopeful that these three hour conferences that we transformed into seven 20 minute training modules will have a nation-wide impact on how we do business going forward. The cooperative model is worth considering.

When the modules are released next month we will post them and if you are one those 65 million small business owners with employees who are retiring soon, this concept may interest you very much. Very good stuff!