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Cincinnati, OH (Profitable.com) Fresh Coat Painters new Minneapolis franchise owner Jerry Fancher never expected to launch his business with a bang. But that’s exactly what happened when he was asked to paint for multiple episodes of the popular DIY Network show “Bath Crashers.”
Ratings for “Bath Crashers” have gone through the roof recently with viewers who tune in to see bathrooms transformed right before their eyes. Show host Matt Muenster approaches customers as they shop a home improvement store and asks if they have a bathroom in need of a makeover. Crews literally smash the room to pieces and begin the renovation.
Jerry said the show’s producer contacted him about painting the refurbished rooms, and he explained how Fresh Coat Painters beats the competition by consistently delivering quality workmanship with superior products. Producers liked what they heard and within a week Jerry began filming six episodes.
“I am happy the show will highlight the professionalism and quality of the Fresh Coat brand,” Jerry said.
Jerry said he wants everyone to know how Fresh Coat Painters offers superior painting services not found with other painting companies. Fresh Coat’s attention to detail, conscientious, timely set-up and clean-up, and eco-friendly, low-odor, premium paints assure a job well done. Whether residential or commercial, Fresh Coat is the total painting solution.
“We are so pleased that Jerry will be featured nationally on the show,” said Fresh Coat Painters President Bernard Brozek. “Jerry is just one example of how professional and knowledgeable our owners are. It’s really wonderful to work with him.”
Jerry said he thoroughly enjoyed the experience of taping the shows and plans to watch every episode. The first show airs Monday, July 23, at 10:30 p.m. Eastern with repeats at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 24; 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 5; and 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, all Eastern times. Subsequent episodes also will air multiple times.