Million Dollar Butterflies Launches Kickstarter Campaign

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Posted 6/4/13

Pilot episode being filmed locally for network consideration

Million Dollar Butterflies, a television show that teaches kids how to achieve success in life and business, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the production of three
pilot episodes that will be submitted to networks and executives. “I want to create a TV show that will teachkids and teens how to achieve success in life and business by doing what they love,” says creator Mary MacNeilly.


Ms. MacNeilly has already begun testing the concept in Denver. Through the success of a weekly radio show on KLZ AM 560, a weekly television show on the Fox affiliate and a web­based talk show, she was able to prove that there was an audience of kids and parents who want to watch a fun show about success and business. She now wants to put all of these together into one program that shows kids, parents and teens how to turn their passion into their purpose and determine their future rather than letting someone else determine it for them.


Million Dollar Butterflies grabs the attention of kids and teens by reaching them where they already are on radio, tv and social media. Throw in some singing, acting and dancing and this isn’t your normal classroom setting to receive a business education. The audience becomes engaged and walks away as leaders that know how to give back and have a positive impact in their schools and communities. Some will create their own businesses and become entrepreneurs, but everyone will become confident in the knowledge that they have learned a proven method for success in business before they even graduate from high school. However, before the pilot episode can be shown to network executives, it must first be funded. The funds raised through the Kickstarter campaign will be used to rent a sound stage, hire a professional crew and produce a pilot episode that will feature Mary, her Million Dollar Butterflies and teens who are already making a big impact in their communities.


For more information on how you can support Million Dollar Butterflies, please visit the Kickstarter link (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kidsbiztv/185977543?token=c06c33d8), their website (www.MillionDollarButterflies.com), like them on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/MillionDollarButterflies) and subscribe to their YouTube channel (www.YouTube.com/KidsBizTV).