Boat needed in Danville, VA, November 5, this week!

by Marguerite
(NY/VA)

Hi, I'm looking to borrow a wooden boat for a television shoot this week in Danville, VA.

The series is new and is about the end of the Civil War.

Our Civil War buffs are looking to boat for a few hours on the Dan River.

We are fully insured and your boat would be covered under our insurance once it arrived on set.

I know this is short notice, but any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.

I can be reached here or at 212-905-1785 with details and answers to any questions.

Thank you!


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Nov 03, 2014
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