Back in May, 11 News told you about a former Mesa State College student turned film maker, who was making his way around the country showing his movie, American Meth. Today the documentary was released in nationwide retail stores.
The locations where the documentary was released include Walmart, Circuit City, Blockbuster, Barnes and Noble, and Borders.
The American Meth documentary is being sold in stores or on the website.
Producer Justin Hunt tells 11 News, "Although the release is exciting, the fact the message is getting out on a global scale and creating an attitude of hope in the fight against meth is what's important."
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