... the backdrop of Southern California ... is also a really important element of the show. Featuring a place like Oxman’s is a great example of how A&E and Original Productions highlight what is special about this area.
Reno, Nevada (PRWEB) March 04, 2012
StorageTreasures.com, America’s fastest growing website for self storage auction hunters, is reporting that StorageWars is kicking off its highly anticipated 3rd season this Sunday with all new episodes. One episode involves one of Southern California’s oldest and most well-known military surplus stores, Oxman’s Surplus in Santa Fe Springs. During the show, Darrell Sheets visits the store to determine the value of an item discovered in a storage unit. For over 50 years, the store has been an LA-area landmark and a destination for military buffs and outdoorsmen. Oxman’s recently added a military memorabilia museum which houses one of the area’s best collections. More information about Oxman’s can be found at: http://www.oxmans-surplus.com
“On the surface, Storage Wars is simply about storage auctions and the auction hunters like Dave, Daryl and Nabila.” said StorageTreasures President and Founder Lance Watkins. “But if you look a little deeper, the backdrop of Southern California and its beauty, landmarks and history is also a really important element of the show. Featuring a place like Oxman’s is a great example of how A&E and Original Productions highlight what is so special about this area.”
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