Everhope in the Media
Everhope Plantation is featured within the first 10 pages of the August 2015 release of the book "Visions of the Black Belt"! A beautiful photograph and multiple page overview!
Hosted the Associated Press on June 9, 2015.
In Spring 2015, The South Magazine visited Everhope Plantation. For the 2nd year in a row, Everhope was honored to have been photographed for a magazine.
In August, 2014 Everhope's proprietor was "On Air with Tony Sweet" in Hollywood with the Universal Broadcasting Network to discuss medicine, business, leadership, and Everhope Plantation.
On December 8, 2013, Southbound Magazine, part of the Atlanta Magazine Company family, visited Everhope.
On August 28, 2013, NBC cameras were rolling at Everhope Plantation. Greene County was featured on an NBC program that aired on September 4, 2013.
Everhope Plantation has a history of being covered on television. An early example of this in the late 1990s during Everhope's restoration and addition, it was featured by Bob Villa. In 2013 Everhope was again contacted by PBS. We will continue to consider opening our doors to production companies around the world.
With multiple antebellum mansions within minutes of each other, it is hoped that television, movie, and music video productions will be an increased means to preservation and opportunities for the citizens of Eutaw, Alabama.
A number of antebellum mansions, including Everhope, and show piece hunting lodges are willing to open their doors for the right opportunity.