Rich adds a colorful twist by using a witty mix of humor and curiosity as he experiences the grimy, passionate, and sometimes bloody world of the American gearhead. There is never a dull moment as Rich puts himself in some very interesting situations.
SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) December 3, 2008
Busted Knuckles, a Bradley David Production, is hosted by Louisville comedian Rich Ragains who visits various gearhead environments to get his hands dirty and to show viewers some of the most interesting work environments in the USA. In the premiere episode, Ragains spends a day at Texas Armoring Corporation in San Antonio, TX busting his knuckles through various hands-on armoring tasks (e.g., using a plasma cutter, shooting bulletproof glass with an AK-47, installing ballistic nylon, etc.). In the pilot episode, Ragains also visits Delta to change the brakes on a massive 777 aircraft.
Busted Knuckles Producer Brad Kimmel remarked, "Rich adds a colorful twist by using a witty mix of humor and curiosity as he experiences the grimy, passionate, and sometimes bloody world of the American gearhead. There is never a dull moment as Rich puts himself in some very interesting situations."
Trent Kimball, President and CEO of Texas Armoring, said of the experience, "It was great having Rich and the crew from Bradley David Productions at our facility, and we are excited to be a part of this new reality series on SPEED Channel. Rich fit right in with our crew and after viewing the pilot, it's fair to say that Busted Knuckles easily rivals or surpasses shows like Modern Marvels or Dirty Jobs — I can't wait for the next episode."
About Texas Armoring Corporation
Texas Armoring Corporation is a leading worldwide supplier of armored cars, bulletproof vehicles, and armored trucks. The firm's origins date back to the 1970s when key staff members pioneered the bulletproofing industry through producing bulletproof cars for world leaders.
For more information on armored vehicles and Texas Armoring Corporation, please visit http://www.texasarmoring.com or call 210-333-0211.