Looking for Small-Town Factories to Make a Big Impact

    Tricon Films & Television Casting for a New TV Series

    TORONTO, Sept. 17 /CNW/ - Tricon Films & Television is looking for
factories planning major renovations or overhauls to be showcased on national
television for a documentary show.
    Factory Renovations will feature factories across North America and the
UK that are going through a major renovation or overhaul, giving viewers an
inside look at factory renovation, how new machines and processes work and
showcasing how these factories are having a positive impact on their towns.
The factories will be portrayed as the unsung heroes of the community, while
the towns will have the chance to be put on the map and show what they have to
    This is an opportunity for companies to feature their products, promote
their brand name, and represent their organization as an industry leader and
innovator - all on national television.
    The hour-long program will highlight factories planning to implement a
major change within the next two years, whether to become more environmentally
friendly, increase output capacity, create new products or improve employee
satisfaction. Factory Renovations shows viewers how an elite team of 'factory
over-haulers' are bringing old and idle factories from the industrial
revolution to the 21st century, while giving the audience an inside look at
seldom seen manufacturing techniques.
    Casting for Factory Renovations is currently underway. The producers are
seeking factories that are planning a large renovation, including new
machinery, within the next two years and already have all the funding
necessary for their project. The bigger the overhaul and the bigger the
positive impact on the community, the better the show! Interested factory
owners can email camille@triconfilms.com.

    About Tricon Films & Television

    Tricon Films & Television is one of Canada's largest independent
production and distribution companies. Tricon has established itself as a
leader of high quality factual and scripted content and remains committed to
producing and distributing programming that performs both domestically and
around the world. For more information on our programming please visit

For further information:

For further information: Media Contact: Samantha Taus - Holmes Creative
Communications, staus@hccink.com, (416) 628-5612

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