The Great Air Race
 

This is a brand-new phenomenon, never before attempted. The skies of America have hosted numerous air shows, but never has a race of this size, spanning across the entire nation, occurred! Papillon Productions invites you to join them in this fantastic adventure. Whether you want more information, or would like to be a volunteer to help the pilots along the way, or just want to support us, please contact us today!

Papillon Productions Inc. has created Great Air Races Inc. a wholly owned division of Papillon in San Diego, CA. to finance the entire series of races on it's own merits. (G.A.R.I.) is and will be owned by a private stock offering through a Regulation D program. Total Preferred shares of stock remained at nine million at $1.00 par value and increased to $4.00 par value after January,2009.

The concept originated as the writer/producer and creator of “The Great Air Race” was flying with his flight instructor on a warm summer day in Florida in 2001.  Most of Papillon Productions film crew are all pilots or were pilots.  After creating the first series titled “The Great Air Race,” Papillon’s Director, Donna C. Brown who is also supervising editor came up with the name (G.A.R.I.) for Great Air Races Incorporated, after Diaz created three other air races Just days later Papillon’s Chief of Flight Operations, Captain Don Palas, was killed in a twin engine Cessna along with Dr. Martinez, upon take-off in Lakeland, Florida heading to Tallahassee. The Producer then decided to shelf the idea for several years even after copyrights and trademarks had been acquired.  Diaz then created an additional ten races bringing the total to fourteen before pitching them all at NATPE.

 

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The following disclaimer is written to clear up some simple confusion regarding the e-mail address of Papillon Productions Inc. (papillonfilms@aol.com) is being confused with a company named Papillon Films.

 Papillon Productions Inc. is of Hollywood, CA; New York, NY; Orlando, FL; Alajuela, Costa Rica; Santurce, Puerto Rico and opening offices soon in Atlanta, GA, and are in no way affiliated with Papillon Films (a porno company in Los Angeles and Australia) 

 Papillonfilms@aol.com is an e-mail address only and was established over nine years ago.  (PapillonProductionsInc.) had too many characters for an AOL screen name. Other variations (papillontv), (Papillon) etc. were already taken Papillonfilms@aol.com  was available and chosen without any knowledge of, or affiliation with Papillon Films.

Papillons e-mail address for foreign production correspondence is papillonproductions@earthlink.net.  This is a private e-mail address and not to be used by film crew or pilots. Any unauthorized e-mails will automaticaly be deleted. Please use papillonfilms@aol.com or thegreatairrace@aol.com