We want to introduce the viewer to the great commuter, or bedroom communities in the US.
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Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 18, 2013
Communities of Distinction, an engaging program, presents the best in America’s bedroom communities in a new series to air in January and February 2013. These unique areas, where people live, are usually located within driving distance of larger cities. Residents commute to the city by car or public transportation. Bedroom communities are also called commuter towns. The small and nearby towns of major cities were developed to be commuter or bedroom neighborhoods. The producers of the informative program will highlight the most charming and successful neighborhoods in North America.
The small and nearby towns of major cities were developed to be commuter or bedroom neighborhoods. They offer residents a more affordable living away from the hustle of city life. They often have their own shops, bars and restaurants, which are busy during the day and night. Each one is different in culture and amenities. Hosted by one of America’s most popular sports celebrities, the television program features these special places – hidden gems – where families are raised and retired people relax and new business owners flourish.
Terry Bradshaw is a Pro Ball Hall of Fame inductee. He was the leading quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who was instrumental in helping the team win four Super Bowl games and other football championships. Bradshaw retired from the gird iron in the mid 1980’s and he was worked continuously worked in the sport since. His broadcasting career consists of spots as a commentator, analyst and he is now one of the co-hosts of an Emmy-winning pregame show. In addition, he is an author, singer and frequent late night talk show guest.
No other program on TV brings the most recent and fascinating stories about North American cities and towns like Communities of Distinction. It explores the off-the-beaten-track locales where travelers rarely go and tourists skip. The show films throughout the United States and Canada, and is broadcast on many national and regional cable television networks. More information about it and its host is available at watchcod.com. Social media fans are welcome to Like the show on Facebook and tweet it on Twitter.