Friday, April 12, 2013
TV Road Show's A Wrap
"Highway Thru Hell" prodco thanks communities
Released by Jasmyn Pozzo, The Promotions People/Handout photo
fter more than four and half months of field work and collecting more than 2000 hours of footage, Great Pacific Television is pleased to announce that they have completed filming the second season of “Highway Thru Hell”.
Shooting recently wrapped on the 13 episode Discovery Channel Canada series, which has been dubbed “the most realistic” show on TV. Producer Mark Miller extends a big thank you to everyone who helped make the show possible through their cooperation and commitment to safe travel on the mountain highways.
“We are stunned at how drivers have changed habits this season; we saw
more winter tires, slower speeds and fewer accidents,” says Miller. “We
believe this is the result of the ‘Shift Into Winter’ campaign on the
provincial government’s Drive BC website and the series.”
“We believe the show has helped put the beauty of the region front and
centre, and can only result in a higher tourism profile,” said Miller.
“We would also like to thank the people who live in and around Hope and
throughout the region for being so welcoming to our television crews,”
said Miller. “It has been a truly amazing year.”
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