Lights, camera, accelerate: See your car in the movies!


Lights, camera, accelerate: See your car in the movies!

Great new business idea coming out of our hometown, Needham, MA. Rob Braunstein has spent his entire career in the automotive business, from lot owner, to financier and automotive accessories expert, and has even sponsored a business idea for my Boston College MBAs. His partner, Morris Porter, is a lifelong car enthusiast with a four automobile collection of his own. Together they should make a great team!

They’ve come up with a new concept called Movie Car Casting and just got some terrific press in this article. Details on his idea follow below. You might consider registering your own car, too, as it’s a really fun, and innovative, venture idea, and the article even includes a coupon code.

The trained staff of Movie Car Casting specializes in connecting car owners with entertainment agencies and marketing firms looking for automobiles. Whether it’s movies, television shows, commercials, print ads, or special events, Movie Car Casting covers all of the entertainment industry’s needs. Our extensive database of auto talent is available to agents across the United States. If a casting agent or marketing firm is looking for a car, Movie Car Casting will make the connection.

Looking to show off your car? Here’s the opportunity for the world to see it. Casting agents are always looking for cars to place in a variety of media formats. Your car just may have what it takes to be a star.

Looking to cast a car? Our extensive database contains a wide variety of cars, all makes, models, and years. And if we don’t have what you need, we’ll find it for you!


About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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