PRLog - Feb. 24, 2011 - SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Treasure Hunters Roadshow travels to Albuquerque, New Mexico to film scenes for an upcoming television program from March 1 through March 4, 2011. For a chance to take part in filming for the TV show, Albuquerque residents are invited to bring their rare collectibles and antiques to the Inn at Rio Rancho (http://riorancho-
Treasure Hunters Roadshow visits Albuquerque
Treasure Hunters Roadshow TV is hosted by Andy St. Clair, a veteran of Chicago's Second City, who uncovers unusual treasures, historical attractions, pop culture references, artisans, unique food and interesting locales throughout the United States. Currently scheduled for inclusion in the Albuquerque show are the Turquoise Museum, 66 Diner and a profile of a Route 66 memorabilia collector. Local residents will also be stars of the Albuquerque episode as they share interesting information about their prized collections and prove that behind every treasure there is a story.
Treasure Hunters Roadshow TV reaches over seventy million households as a nationally syndicated television series in its first season and can be seen locally on Sky Angel 2 Channel 266 and MAV-TV Channel 361 on Dish Network and Resorts & Residences Network Channel 354 on Direct TV, check local listings for program days and times. For more information regarding Treasure Hunters Roadshow or the new Treasure Hunters Roadshow TV series, please contact Matthew Enright, VP of Media Relations with THR & Associates, or visit http://www.treasurehuntersroadshow.tv.
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THR & Associates buys gold, coins and antiques at traveling shows held all across the US, Canada and Europe, giving people the opportunity to sell their collectibles for cash. For more information, visit http://www.treasurehuntersroadshow.com.