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BJ Bray - Videographer in action

2014-08-30 - KY 61 & KY 80, at Walmart - Photo by Ed Waggener.
That's director/producer/chief videographer B.J. Bray cool in dark shades on a hot Thursday, September who produced a hit YouTube 10 minute video with his cell phone showing a Multitude of Vettes hitting the road the Columbia Walmart parking lot following a fundraiser. It's not reached the viral numbers of the Full Court Buzzer Beater (Chase Spreen) Lindsey Wilson College vs. Georgetown - at 1,586,336 this morning at 5:38amCT - but that video has over had some 31 months more time online. But Multitude of Vettes now stands, this morning at 5:38amCT at a really strong 2 day total of 236 views. It's also embedded in TODAY, Saturday with CM, August 30, 2014 . - CM

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