Costa Rica (PRWEB) March 27, 2008
Billionaire playboy Calvin Ayre played host to MTV in Canada at the Costa Rican Bodog Compound for the next edition of Cribs which airs March 25 at 8PM EST.
MTV in Canada has given viewers a look into the cribs of some of the nation's top celebrities, musicians and sports superstars, but not even that could prepare the crew of MTV Cribs for a few days of the Bodog life.
Donning his official Bodog tartan kilt (one of the only brands to be officially licensed by the Scottish Tartans World Register), billionaire playboy and Bodog Founder Calvin Ayre played host to MTV in Canada as he treated the Cribs crew to a guided tour of the sprawling Costa Rican Bodog Compound.
The size of the Bodog Compound was so overwhelming that it took the crew two days to film it all, and instead of featuring three separate cribs in one episode - as is the norm - two of the three episode segments will be dedicated to Calvin Ayre and the Bodog Compound.
"It was a real pleasure to show the MTV crew what a few days in the Bodog life is really like," says Bodog Founder Calvin Ayre. "I had such a good time filming that once we wrapped, I treated the whole crew to a night of partying Bodog-style. The entire experience was fantastic and it was nice to be in the company of some fellow Canadians again."
MTV in Canada's tour of the Costa Rican Bodog Compound airs Tuesday, March 25 at 8 p.m. EST. Don't miss it.
For an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the filming of MTV in Canada's tour of the Bodog Compound, visit Calvin Ayre's personal blog at http://www.calvinayrelife.com/digital-entertainment/mtv-cribs-at-the-bodog-
Bodog has its head office, and is licensed in, the Caribbean nation of Antigua. Bodog Founder Calvin Ayre, recognized as a world authority on branding in digital entertainment, was featured on the cover of Forbes magazine's best-selling 2006 "Billionaires" issue. The Bodog group of companies (http://www.bodoglife.com ) offer a host of entertainment services, including: online gaming, which includes Poker, Casino and a host of other gaming products; an international record label, Bodog Music; a million-dollar band search competition and accompanying TV series, Bodog Battle; a publishing division (with an online magazine, Bodog Nation, and blog, Bodog Beat); and an international television division, Bodog TV which produces reality series, such as Bodog Fight and Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker. Bodog does not offer 'for money' gaming services within North America. For more information, contact Media Relations.