On July 5, 2017

Road Trip Masters coming to the Rutland region

July 5-8—RUTLAND—“Road Trip Masters,” a travel destination show which airs on Discovery’s Destination America channel will be filming in the Rutland Region July 5-8. “Road Trip Masters” is a half-hour TV show hosted by two educators, Nick Kessler and Brian Fulmer. They have one mission: to tell the story of unique travel destinations across America.

“Road Trip Masters” will be visiting places like Killington Adventure Center, Vermont Marble Museum, Proctor Marble and Hubbardton Battlefield, they will also be featuring food and beverages from Table 24 and Brix Wine Bar and staying at Red Clover Inn. There is even an opportunity to be on the show. They will be filming Jazz Night at Red Clover Inn Thursday, July 6. The episode on the Rutland region will air in January 2018.

“We are very pleased to be chosen as a unique region to explore by the Road Trip Masters and ultimately air on Discovery’s Destination America channel. This contributes to our efforts of bringing people to our area and showing off this beautiful place and the interesting and exciting things to do,” said Mary Cohen, executive director, Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce.

For more on Road Trip Masters, visit roadtripmasters.com.

Photo courtesy of RRCC

“Road Trip Masters” stars Nick Kessler and Brian Fulmer bring the show to the Rutland region July 5-8.

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