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Keeping Pan Alive - New Documentary Showcases The Business Side Of National Instrument

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The Pan in School Coordinating Council has turned to visuals to make steel pan manufacturing more attractive to the youth to ensure the longevity of the national instrument.

The Council's President believes that the economic climate has made it even more necessary to show the business possibilities of the instrument.

On Tuesday evening, the PSCC formally launched their documentary to showcase the manufacturing process and the possibilities.

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