Riverbank Studios and Tail Fins and Chrome Entertainment, LLC is proud to announce the collaboration and debut of a new 30-minute high definition television series Tail Fins and Chrome ready to debut on multiple networks starting March 7, 2010 on WFLA-TV. Television Executive, Mark Dvornik, Executive Producer of Tail Fins and Chrome has made agreements with WFLA, RTV and TUFF TV to air the initial 13 episodes of the latest Classic Car show, Tail Fins and Chrome.

Tail Fins and Chrome stars “Jake”, Jamie Jacobs, FishHawk resident and car aficionado and host who appeals to a large audience of car show attendees, auto enthusiasts and collectors. Tail Fins and Chrome is the ultimate television show for automobile enthusiasts exploring the passion of vehicles from classics and collectibles to super-charged monsters.

Co-Owner of Tail Fins and Chrome Entertainment, LLC is excited about the launch of the show which took only seven months from concept to creation and launched due to its timely debut. “For years I have noticed that classic car owners are passionate people.  From their dedication to restoring their automobiles to their creation of car-related events that benefit charitable organizations, classic car owners are very enthusiastic, dedicated individuals.  I thought there should be a show on television that highlights these people and their beautiful vehicles.

Tail Fins and Chrome will broadcast its first show on WFLA-TV Channel 8 at 11 a.m. (Eastern) March 7, 2010 and will air a compliment webisode at its website www.tailfinsandchrome.com.

With Tampa Bay area companies hired to produce, film, edit and market Tail Fins and Chrome and an in-house staff of writers, editors, producers and hosts, Tail Fins and Chrome is poised to provide a local economic impact of more than $500,000 in its first season of production in the Tampa Bay area. Sponsors signing on for the first season include Pilot Automotive, duPont Registry, Slicks Garage, Langston’s Auto Parts, Rim Brim and Heacock Collector Car Insurance.

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Marie Gilmore
Marie is the Managing Editor at the Osprey Observer. She covers news, transportation, education and likes to make a positive impact on the community and be 'in the know'!