GAM has gone to Trailer Park
What starts as buzz can become a movement.
Global Alopecia Mission and Trailer Park Studios are teaming together to take on Alopecia Areata. GAM and Trailer Park have started a partnership to fund alopecia areata research, increase worldwide awareness of GAM’s Research Initiative, as well as improve GAM’s media infrastructure.
Trailer Park Studios is one of the largest independent production studios in the world, producing over 5,000 hours of content a year. Their name and quality speaks for itself, their clients inlcude Disney, Fox, Nickelodeon and Google. Trailer Park Studios operates out of a world class facility in Hollywood, California.
“We usually say we are proud to have a new partner, but I’ve caught a case of lockjaw from smiling so wide,” said Rob Swierski, Exec. Dir. of GAM. “GAM is happy to work with Trailer Park studios, both for their commitment to alopecia research and for their desire to help GAM grow globally.”
Trailer Park studios has pledged $20,000 in grant funding for the GAM Research Initiative. The GAM Research Initiative is a bold plan for the future of alopecia research. For the first time ever, GAM is working on gathering experts from all disciplines, as well as input from some of the finest universities and research institutions, to plot out a cohesive strategy to treat and defeat alopecia areata.
In a related move, Trailer Park Studios President of Television and Television Home Entertainment Mike Leathers has joined the GAM Executive Team, taking on the role of Director of Media Development. He will take a role in assisting GAM in video production and with resources.
“Trailer Park supports many causes, especially those that hit close to home at the agency and we’re thrilled to join the search for a cure for Alopecia Areata in all it’s forms,” said Jane Lopez, Director of Trailer Park Helps.