Carolina Ace – Shawn Lovette
CAROLINA ACE: A FIGHTER PILOT STORY
For those of you who were at the first CAVEMODE meeting, you will remember Shawn Lovette who spoke about Previs. Shawn is originally from Charlotte and currently working to get this project off the ground. Please look over this press release and click on the link below to the Indiegogo project.
The Preddy Memorial Foundation and Lefty Films has officially launched the on-line fundraiser to raise the remaining funds to produce the powerful epic Documentary Film for Public Television titled ‘CAROLINA ACE: A FIGHTER PILOT STORY’, about the top P-51 Mustang ace of World War II, George Preddy Jr., of the 8th Air Force and 352nd Fighter Group, who was the leading ace in Europe at the time of his death on Christmas Day of 1944.
This film will be broadcast on North Carolina Public Television, and will be reviewed by our contacts at the History Channel and Discovery Channel for international broadcast consideration. All donors will receive gifts for their donations as listed on the campaign website.
Your donation is greatly appreciated! If you cannot donate at this time, we ask that you please forward this to anyone and everyone you can – and especially ask that you include a link on your website and e-newsletters to help get the word out to all large groups and organizations that can help us spread the word. This documentary film honors all veterans, and we hope to reach out to as many people as we can on Veteran’s Day, so they can be a part of this documentary that is designed to tell this powerful story to all future generations, to see and appreciate what the men of the 8th Air Force sacrificed for our freedom. George Preddy Jr. made the ultimate sacrifice on Christmas Day of 1944, when he was accidentally killed by friendly fire while chasing an enemy fighter. This film assures his legacy and everyone he served with will never be forgotten.
Thank you for your gracious support!
Shawn Lovette, Joe Noah & The Preddy Memorial Foundation
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