30A TV To Host 1st Annual Live Television Telethon to Benefit Children’s Advocacy Center
SANTA ROSA BEACH, FLORIDA 30A TV broadcasted a live TV telethon on Thursday, November 19, 6-9 p.m. CST to benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center. The telethon, presented by Silver Sands Premium Outlets and will be held at the premier restaurant 723 Whiskey Bravo in Seagrove Beach on Scenic 30A in Florida.
This initial airing of the telethon will have the ECCAC’s board of directors, staff and volunteers to answer phones. The telethon will feature interviews with some of the area’s local celebrities and well as entertainment. In addition, the telethon will be providing information about the Children’s Advocacy Center.
Guest appearances will include Florida Senator Don Gaetz, REDD, the Singing Bartender, Geoff McBride and Artie Rodriguez, star of Gilly’s Opry.
The rebroadcast for the telethon will run through January 1st, 2016, during which time donations will still be gratefully received.
The telethon will raise money to build the Pierce Family Children’s Advocacy Center (PFCAC) in Defuniak Springs, Florida, which is on schedule to open in the spring of 2016. The PFCAC will be a part of the ECCAC, based in Niceville, Florida.
“30A Television is pleased to bring the 1st annual ECCAC telethon to the airwaves and streaming outlets”, said 30A TV CEO Paul Vizard. “We live in an age of ‘TV anywhere’, so what better way to reach viewers than with a fundraiser for a worthy cause?”
Viewers will be able to watch the entertainment and telethon appeal as a simulcast on the web at www.30a.tv as well as the cable network in NW Florida.
Silver Sands Premium Outlets is the title sponsor of the telethon. Donations will be accepted via phone during the broadcast by calling 1-877-302-8848 between 6p.m. and 9p.m. CST Nov. 19, 2015.
The EmeraldCoast Children’s AdvocacyCenter’s Mission:
To prevent child abuse and neglect, as well as protect children in Okaloosa and Walton Counties. They seek to restore the lives and futures of these impacted children. The organization provides services that intend to identify, treat and support children who are in abusive situations.
Children’s services are provided at no cost by ECCAC, a 501-C-3 non-profit organization. www.eccac.org About 30A TV:
30A TV broadcasts on Channel 17 Mediacom and Channel 8 Firhope Communications, in 9 counties in NW Florida, nationwide on Roku Web TV, mobile devices, apps, and at www.30a.tv