East Tennessee PBS Creates First Gift-A-Tag Television Commercial

By Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development –

We are so excited to share the new Gift-A-Tag television commercial that will be airing on East Tennessee PBS through January. The spot was created by the team at East Tennessee PBS: William Isom; Christopher Smith, (voice over); Jeff Jarnigan, assistant GM; the Voice of Neyland Stadium; and President of East Tennessee PBS, Vickie Lawson. East Tennessee PBS broadcasts from Knoxville and is a non-profit viewer-supported television station and PBS member station. They provide lifelong learning opportunities to more than one million viewers in East Tennessee, Southern Kentucky, Southeast Virginia and Western North Carolina.

A simple and effective animation that mirrors the current holiday message, we are sure that the spot will build awareness and support for the program during the holiday season. On behalf of arts across the state, the Tennessee Arts Commission is extremely appreciative to  East Tennessee PBS for this effort. This is truly a wonderful way to support and bring attention to the Gift-A-Tag program which helps fund arts programing in Tennessee—thank you!

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Still looking for that last minute gift? Gift-A-Tag is here to help

Send Gift-A-Tags instantly across Tennessee and give the gift of a Tennessee Specialty License Plate. Recipients can use the Gift-A-Tag to renew their Specialty License Plate when their tags are due, purchase a new plate or personalize a plate. With over 100 different nonprofit causes, everyone can tell the world what they care about most. Buy now. Sales of Specialty License Plates through the Gift-A-Tag program provides funding for schools and communities across the state for arts and cultural activities.

Learn more about the Tennessee Specialty License Plate program.