October 13, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment News
SpellCasters Showcase, www.spellcasters.com, scores big again by bringing viewers an inside look at the new hit show Street Customs, airing Thursdays on TLC. From a tour of the shop, made famous on MTV’s Pimp My Ride, and interviews with West Coast Customs CEO Ryan Friedlinghaus and the core crew, to the Red Carpet celeb filled Premiere party at the exclusive Republic night club in West Hollywood, CA, SpellCasters takes viewers inside one of the most creative and successful custom shops in the world, including a special visit with X Games Champion and Metal Mullisha maniac Brian Deegan.

SpellCasters, in association with LAPR Entertainment, presents this programming free of charge for the global broadband audience. “This is just one more example,” explains CEO M. “Hep” Sylvanus, “How SpellCasters provides its audience with the best in cutting edge entertainment!”

“SpellCasters is privileged to have been invited to participate in the launch of this new show,” continues Sylvanus, “This is what convergence is all about!”

“We’re happy to work with SpellCasters,” says LAPR’s Cheryl Lynch, “Broadband is far less restrictive than network broadcast venues where we often have only a minute or two of sound bytes. SpellCasters gives us a way to reach out to the internet audience and provides a means of promoting our projects without time restrictions!”

“We think it’s great!” states WCC CEO Friedlinghaus, “Broadband gives us the opportunity to really let people see what we’re all about here, above and beyond our new show on TLC!”

West Coast Customs, made famous from the MTV hit show “Pimp My Ride”, is one of the world’s foremost custom car fabricators… though by the time Ryan and his “soldiers” get done working their magic, one can hardly consider the results just a “car” anymore. “We try to make these vehicles reflect the personality and lifestyle of the client,” says Friedlinghaus.

The behind-the-scenes video “Street Customs – Under the Hood” is currently available for free viewing on SpellCasters Showcase, www.spellcasters.com. The show, “Street Customs” airs Thursdays this fall on TLC.