Masters Entertainment Group Inc. has announced a new programming concept as its latest national television series. The 13-week series “What’s in the Garage” will debut on Fox Sports Network (FSN) National in the second quarter of 2011 and be televised on Sundays at 11:30 a.m. and repeat on Mondays at 4:30 p.m. nationwide. AUTOGEEK.NET will serve as the program’s series entitlement sponsor.
“The idea behind the series came from traveling across the country and seeing so many garages with beautifully restored vehicles sitting in the driveways,” said Butch McCall, executive vice president of Masters. “The question we always ask ourselves is ‘I wonder what other cars they have in the garage?’”
The series will discover what people have in their garage by actually going to their homes and into their garages.
“We want people to send us an e-mail, along with a photo and tell us what they have in their garage,” McCall stated. “Be sure to give us your address and, who knows, we could be coming to your door asking, “What’s in the Garage?”
The series will be archived on Masters Entertainment Group’s Internet Television Network. “If our audience misses an episode they can log on and catch up on the vehicles they missed. They can also download any episode free of charge,” McCall continued.
“As a ‘car guy,’ I’m excited to help bring this new show to an ever-growing population of fellow car enthusiasts. Traveling to new locations and checking out ‘What’s in the Garage’ of authentic, grassroots car guys and bringing their cars and story to our viewers is going to be a blast,” said Mike Phillips, director of training for AUTOGEEK.NET.
If you are interested in having your car featured on “What’s in the Garage,” send an e-mail to email@example.com describing your car, with a photo, and your address.
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