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David Fee and Jim Hedrick Guests on “Anything is Possible”

Posted by webmaster | Posted in Fee Hedrick Family Entertainment Group, Fee Hedrick Press Releases | Posted on 17-12-2014

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Jim Hedrick and David FeePigeon Forge, Tenn., Dec. 17, 2014—David Fee and Jim Hedrick, owners of The Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., will appear as guests on the local television show “Anything is Possible” on Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014. The show is about great people who prove with their lives that “Anything is Possible.”   It is hosted by Knoxville’s Hallerin Hilton Hill, and it airs at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays on WBIR Channel 10 after Meet the Press. WBIR can be found on Charter channel 9/10 or Comcast Channel 21 in Sevier County. The show will air again on Monday night at 9 p.m. on 10NEWS2 (the 24 hour cable news channel dedicated to local news.) After the episode airs it can be found on http://www.youtube.com/aiponline.

The Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment Group, a multi-million dollar company and one of the largest show production companies in the southeast, is now in its 20th anniversary season.   The company’s shows include “The Comedy Barn®,” “The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show,” The “Smoky Mountain Opry,” and the “Blackwoods Morning Show” featuring the Blackwoods. Christmas Shows for all of the theaters are going on now until Jan. 3. A new show called “Magic Beyond Belief” will debut at the Smoky Mountain Opry in March in the matinee time slot. The company also owns Happy Days Diner and a website, http://www.seepigeonforge.com, that helps guests plan their entire Smoky Mountain experience online.

During the interview Fee and Hedrick talk about how their company began and the challenges they have faced along the way.   Fee and Hedrick credit their background as entertainers at theme parks, at World’s Fairs and on Carnival Cruise Line as one of the driving forces to their work ethic, as it helped them to understand how to produce shows having been performers themselves. From the modest beginning of one small comedy theater, Fee and Hedrick have withstood many challenges to become the highly successful corporation that they are today, with a devotion to providing enjoyable family-oriented entertainment for audiences from ages 2 to 92.

“Hallerin Hill has been voted the best talk show host by Knoxville radio listeners for 15 consecutive years and we are honored that Hallerin chose us to be on his show,” said Fee. “The show shares success stories of local residents and we feel very blessed that our company has been a huge success, but it hasn’t been without a lot of hard work.”