Black Dog Salvage Launches Podcast With The Original 'salvage Dawgs'
Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp and Tay Whiteside Talk Trash & Treasure With Stars of the Salvage, Maker and Creator Worlds
By: Black Dog Salvage
Their fun-loving personalities are on full display as they chat with guests and share a weekly "Top Tip" to turn trash at home into treasure. Each podcast episode will also go behind-the-scenes of a "Salvage Dawgs" episode, sharing details (and hilarity) the cameras missed. Rest assured…after filming eleven seasons of reality television, they have some great stories to tell!
"Our salvage projects have introduced us to some of the most interesting people in the maker and creator world," said Robert Kulp. "It's great to share those experiences to an expanded podcast audience," he added.
In the premiere of the Black Dog Salvage Podcast, the boys chat with Rutledge Wood, auto racing analyst, TV host for NBC Sports NASCAR coverage, host of Netflix's "Hyperdrive"
In the second premiere episode, the boys chat with Steve Thomas, Emmy award-winning host of "This Old House", who shares the Dawg's love of history, building and adventure.
"It is so great working with Tay and sharing his creative vision for turning old relics into re-purposed treasures you can design a space around," said Mike Whiteside. "The podcast is just another way we can share these important trades with a new generation,"
Black Dog Salvage Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, Overcast Radio and Podcast Addict.
Established in 1999, Black Dog Salvage is a prominent architectural salvage company based in Roanoke, Virginia, and is the home of the DIY Network television show, "Salvage Dawgs". Specializing in saving valuable architectural pieces of history from the landfill, the main retail showroom and nearby receiving warehouse are filled with architectural antiques, home furnishings, regional art, and custom designs. This vast collection is available online for worldwide shipping at https://shop.blackdogsalvage.com/
From 2012-2020, DIY Network's "Salvage Dawgs" has chronicled the adventures and creativity of Black Dog Architectural Salvage and introduced this Roanoke-based business to an international audience. Humorous, family-friendly banter, a suspenseful approach to presenting the salvage process, and useful information about how to repurpose the historic items they find has resonated with audiences worldwide. With a total of 11 seasons and 143 episodes, "Salvage Dawgs" has proven to be an engaging and entertaining television show the whole family can enjoy on streaming devices.