MultiView Inc. announced today that 911 Sculpture of Tucson, Ariz., will be featured on “Good Company,” the digital publisher’s new Web-based documentary series exploring the businesses of some of America’s most unique entrepreneurs. Production crews will be in Tucson Aug. 22-24 to film and interview key players from this distinctive business.
As the digital media publisher for over 64,000 advertisers, Dallas-based MultiView is an expert in working with niche businesses. “Good Company” takes an insightful, in-depth look into MultiView’s most innovative clients by examining the qualities that drive these unconventional geniuses of capitalism and exploring the communities from which they spring.
911 Sculpture, creators of bronze firefighter sculptures and memorial statues dedicated to the history of the fire service, is a part of MultiView’s existing client base of advertisers through the International Association of Fire Chiefs. 911 Sculpture was created by artist and former firefighter, Paul Olesniewicz whose sculptural works can be seen on display in museums, memorial sites, fire departments and homes of firefighters and civilians around the world.
MultiView’s noteworthy move into reality filming begins Sunday, Aug. 18, when the crew of “Good Company” hits the road in a state-of-the-art production studio on wheels. Through www.goodcoshow.com and social media, Internet users will get a behind-the-scenes look at the life of a reality show production crew on the road.
“There is something special about the more unique businesses America has to offer,”said MultiView President, Dan Maitland.“This is our way of celebrating the spirit of entrepreneurship.”
To stay up to date with MultiView’s trek across North America, visit www.goodcoshow.com. The full first season, which will feature 911 Sculpture, will premiere on the website and across multiple online channels mid-fall 2013.
About MultiView, Inc.Dallas-based MultiView is the leading B2B digital media publisher in the association world. We are the number one provider of royalty-revenue to associations across North America. Our news briefs, educational content and buyer’s guides connect professionals with the industry-specific information, products and services they need. To learn more about MultiView, visit www.MultiView.com.