Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Benefit Concert Giving Back to the Children of South Carolina

S.D. Professionals, LLC and The Randy Parton Theater announced today that they will present the First Annual Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Benefit Concert, in an effort to raise awareness throughout South Carolina for the non-profit’s cause, providing children’s books to participating community children every month until the age of five. The family, fun-filled event will feature must-see performances from Jacob Timmons, Randy Parton, Heidi Lou Parton, Ryan Morris & The Moonlight Bandits.

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Benefit Concert Giving Back to the Children of South Carolina
Kingstree, SC, September 12, 2007 --( As the finale of the 35th Annual Kingstree Pig Pickin Festival, the benefit concert will be held Sunday, October 21, 2007 at 7 p.m. at the Kingstree Recreation Park in Kingstree, South Carolina, compliments of S.D. Professionals, LLC and The Randy Parton Theater. Although admission is completely free, donations will be accepted at the park entrance to help raise funds for the Imagination Library’s early literacy program in Williamsburg County, South Carolina. Additionally, donations are accepted any time on the Imagination Library Web site,, where the proceeds go directly back to the contributing community.

“Since the beginning we have believed and supported in the Imagination Library’s purpose of providing the gift of reading to children at an early age and we will continue to do so in the years to come,” said Jacob Timmons, founder, S.D. Professionals, LLC. “And we are incredibly excited to deliver such a spectacular event that will contribute to the children of our community and spread the word to others around us.”

The benefit was made possible by the will and power of the show’s creators and producers, Jacob Timmons and Randy Parton, brother of country music superstar Dolly Parton. Just for this one special night Parton brings together his entire cast, band and crew from The Randy Parton Theater in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. For additional information about the event and the festival, visit or call the town of Kingstree at 865-774-9023.

Currently, the Imagination Library works with local partners in 27 communities in South Carolina and a total of 600 communities in 43 states and Canada. The Imagination Library mails books to more than a quarter million children each month, and will provide approximately 4.5 million books in 2007.

About Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
Founded in 1996, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a non-profit organization that gives hundreds of thousands of books each month to registered children until the age of five in participating communities all over the United States and Canada. Promoting early childhood literacy, the foundation believes in helping children dream more, learn more, care more and be more through its educational campaign. To contribute your donation, become a sponsor in your community or register your child to receive a book every month, visit

About S. D. Professionals, LLC
S. D. Professionals, LLC, bringing life to imagination, as its slogan states, is a multi-media production and all-solution Web development firm that combines innovative ideas, creativity and technology to achieve the vision and goals of the client for a memorable experience. Founded in 1997, S. D. Professionals, LLC serves thousands of clients worldwide ranging from well-established corporations to celebrity clients, with a special focus on new and growing small businesses. For more information, please visit

About The Randy Parton Theatre
The Randy Parton Theater is the cornerstone of a world-class music and entertainment destination, the Carolina Crossroads Music & Entertainment District, in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. The Randy Parton Theatre currently headlines Randy Parton, brother of country music megastar Dolly Parton, and his talented band, The Moonlight Bandits, in a live music variety show. For more information, visit

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Benefit Concert
Jacob Timmons