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DAYTON, Ohio - GeorgiaChron -- Triangle Park announces today that CENTURY21, The Gene Group, a leader in the Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus market areas, has solidified its support as a primary partner of Triangle Park, an upcoming documentary that celebrates the National Football League's first-ever game, played in Dayton, Ohio.

CENTURY21 The Gene Group can offer expertise, professional services and an innovative online approach that you're sure to appreciate. Their team of experienced, full-time Dayton real estate agents are ready to walk you through the process of buying or building your perfect home or selling your existing house for the best price in the shortest amount of time possible.

CENTURY21 The Gene Group is committed to partnering with Triangle Park and PalMar Studios to show our support in telling the story of the first NFL game—something our customers care about deeply, and gives GEM the exposure it deserves in the American football industry.

"How exciting to welcome CENTURY21 The Gene Group to the team. They have years of investing in the greater good of our community and surrounding areas.  I strongly recommend that anyone looking to buy or sell a house use CENTURY21 The Gene Group as they are giving a substantial contribution to help us get this project produced," said Allen Farst, director of Triangle Park and founder of PalMar Studios. "I have known their top agent Erin Kristbaum for some time who introduced me to Gene Pridgett, owner of The Gene Group. They both knew this story needed to be told and supported from the first few seconds of our call"

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"We are excited to partner with PalMar studios to bring this story to life," said Gene Pridgett, agent/owner of The Gene Group. "Football fans, like myself, will be be amazed by the Triangle Park story. Those 23 guys on the team forged the way of the NFL.  Appreciating history is important as we celebrate major anniversaries and look forward to a future of continued growth and innovation across America," said, Erin Kristbaum

Filming will continue this year, with the movie scheduled to be released in fall 2022. Additional details will be announced on www.triangleparkmovie.com as they become available.

With capabilities of reaching more than 100 million homes in North America and nearly 1 billion homes worldwide, PalMar Studios will be making this must-see movie on several VOD platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, VUDU, Playstation and more.

ABOUT PalMar Studios & Director Allen Farst - Farst is an acclaimed director, filmmaker and photographer who recently completed "Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man," an award-winning documentary on the keyboardist for the Rolling Stones. As founder of PalMar Studios – an independent, award-winning creative entertainment company – Farst work is featured by Panasonic, Maxim Magazine, USA Today, Drone360, Billboard and Nikon Cinema to name a few. His still photography is syndicated via Contour by Getty Images. For more information, please visit triangleparkmovie.com , and follow @triangleparkmovie on Instagram and Facebook or AllenFarst.com

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ABOUT CENTURY21 The Gene Group.  Locally owned and managed, CENTURY 21 The Gene Group is a real estate company dedicated to helping the public and providing extraordinary services to their clients and customers on real estate and property investments. CENTURY 21 The Gene Group is an independently owned and operated franchise affiliate of Century 21 Real Estate, franchisor of the iconic CENTURY 21 brand, comprised of 145,000 independent sales professionals in approximately 14,000 offices spanning 84 countries and territories. Century 21 Real Estate has numerous websites to help answer specific consumer needs. They are c21TheGeneGroup.com, c21-erinkristbaum.com, commercial.century21.com

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