New Small Town Poker Tour Show Blends Real Life and Texas Hold'em

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A new television show about poker set to hit the air. The Small Town Poker Tour is as simple as the title states, blend everyday people with the exciting game of Texas Hold'em, a winning combination.

Our goal is to make this a fund raising machine for the towns we visit

The tour is set to travel the USA in search of the best amateur player in America, along the way featuring a unique blend of characters that make for some very exciting action. Mark Fracalossi, CEO of AMT Media LLC and Billy Frank Creative,Director/Executive Producer Make It Happen Productions, have announced a partnership to produce this exciting new show. "Make it Happen Productions has the staff, experience and creativity to bring this show to reality", states Fracalossi, "Billy Frank is the best Creative Director we could find for this project, he brings not only talent to this project but the energy it takes to put the Tour together".Both stated they are very excited about this project, but remain tight lipped about the television deal," We should have an announcement in a few weeks", Franks said.

Make It Happen is a full-service production company that specializes in fully-executed productions from conception through postproduction.With over 2 decades of experience and multiple nominations and awards in film and television production, Make It Happen Productions and Creative Director Billy Frank take pride in saving money on production cost without compromising creativity.

In August, Make It Happen provided production services in two separate promotional campaigns launching the NFL season on the NFL Network, one featuring Lenny Kravitz, and the other Jessica Simpson.Recently MIH was hired by Warner Brothers Domestic Cable Distribution to produce a long-form presentation tape for UPN's “EVE” to sell the show for syndication. MIH and Think©reative produced multiple image campaigns for all of ESPN’s Figure Skating programs that will run on both ESPN & ESPN2 for the next two years.

The show will add a new grass roots look to the nations fastest growing card game Texas Hold'em.It will also raise money for charity along the way. "Our goal is to make this a fund raising machine for the towns we visit",Fracalossi said. You can find out more about the tour at

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