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Marcello Rollando talks Creative Provincetown

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Chris Andrews grew up in the Berkshires, the cultural corridor of Western Massachusetts where he started multiple businesses with fellow North Adams native Michael Zeppieri, including but not limited to: The Williamstown Realty Group, State Road Car Wash and Self Storage, and the Super Suds Laundromat before hightailing to Provincetown and becoming owner-operators of The Anchor Inn Beach House. Chris says he is “living a dream in the gayest little fishing village,” and that his entrepreneurial drive has allowed him to “dive into” the kind of life he dreamed of as a fourteen-year-old gay boy watching Hollywood on Rosie O’Donnell. Chris and the Anchor Inn have now met numerous artists, producers, and brilliant actors by virtue of becoming a top venue and constantly striving to supply reliable and fun hospitality. Currently, he is exploring the similarities between event-crisis-control and media production, and finding them, well, nearly identical. Chris is excited about making additional creative dreams like The Provincetown Screenwriting Competition and New Media Club (conceived with pal and sometime biz partner Eve Annenberg), come true. 

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