Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) May 13, 2012
Las Vegas. The name itself conjures up images of a million or more of lights that make it the brightest city in the United States. The flashiness of the casinos and the star shows are always a big tourist draw. However, just 30 miles east of the city, the Lake Mead National Recreation area, where the Hoover Dam is located, has over 500 miles of scenic shoreline. Go west 15 miles to visit Red Rock Canyon where a 13 mile route winds through natural landscape inhabited by wild burros and bighorn sheep. Music lovers can visit the Liberace Museum where a collection of rare pianos are located. Indeed, Las Vegas has much to offer residents and visitors including Today in America TV which can be seen on 8 News Now via the Cox Cable system.
Terry Bradshaw, former professional football player, is the host of the educational cable program. He was the starring quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who led the team to four Super Bowl victories and eight AFC championships. His skill on the field earned Bradshaw an induction into the Hall of Fame and he was twice voted “Most Valuable Player” during his 14 year career in the NFL. He retired in 1984 and has worked on sports related shows since then. His boundless energy and enthusiasm keeps Bradshaw busy with motivational speaking engagements and as a spokesperson for Nutrisystem.
Today in America TV host Terry Bradshaw recently visited the Coral Springs studios to film the engaging television program and enjoyed his stay in Palm Beach County with friends. The provocative show covers topics that are relevant to the lives of educated professionals. The informative cable television program films throughout the United States and Canada and is edited in South Florida. The show airs nationally and regionally on business oriented cable networks. Please visit todayinamericatv.com for more information about the show, its host or to view the fan page. The educational program engages on all social media platforms such as Face Book, YouTube and Twitter.