Communities of Distinction TV Presents a Place to Call Home

The definitive cable TV show will feature some of the best small towns and communities in the United States in the colorful series.
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - May 30, 2014 - PRLog -- Communities of Distinction TV visits the best small towns and communities in the country and shares the shining examples of American living they embody. The show producers go on the road to bring back great places to live, work, raise a family and retire. It features communities like Cape Coral, Florida, the City of Claremont, North Carolina and Red Oak, Iowa. The Place to Call Home series takes viewers to locations where the people are friendly and the welcome mat is always out. The exciting series will air later this year on many cable television networks throughout the country.

The show offers an enlightening look at the great places in North America. It covers topics which many viewers will find interesting and educational such as Cities of Distinction, Discover qpspu Canada, and Revitalize America, to name a few. Hosted by a celebrity-athlete known to millions, the program takes the highways, byways and surface streets across the country to find and share America and Canada’s best.

No other program on TV brings the most recent and fascinating stories about North American cities and towns like the Communities of Distinction TV show. It explores the off-the-beaten-track locales where travelers rarely go and tourists skip. The show films throughout the United States and Canada. More information about it and its host is available at Social media fans are welcome to Like the show on Facebook and tweet it on Twitter.

Kyra Burton
Source:Communities of Distinction TV
Tags:Communities Of Distinction, Communities of Distinction TV, Place to Call Home, Entertainment, Economic Development
Industry:Family, Television
Location:Coral Springs - Florida - United States
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