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Brenton Productions Announces Opening Of New Facility In Mooresville
May 14, 2014
The new facility provides the Swansea, Massachusetts-based company with instant access to all the resources the Charlotte area has to offer, including interesting subject material and the ability to develop new programming for future use.
Brenton Productions Announces Opening Of New Facility In Mooresville

Brenton Productions producers of popular automotive how-to television shows, has announced the opening of their third location in Mooresville, North Carolina.
 
The new facility provides the Swansea, Massachusetts-based company with instant access to all the resources the Charlotte area has to offer, including interesting subject material and the ability to develop new programming for future use.
 
"The entire Charlotte region is rich in automotive and motorsports history and culture, and is fast becoming the center for all motorsports disciplines," says Brenton managing partner Jim Cozzie. "We already spend a considerable amount of time in the area with our production crews filming material for our current productions. So having an operation there just makes good strategic sense."
 
The latest Brenton facility is located in the Talbert Pointe Business Park. 
 
"It's very important to the future of our business to continually work on programming and delivery development," added managing partner Ron Winter. "As a standalone facility, our development team can focus on creating future products and delivery methods unencumbered by the day-to-day activities of the production team."
 
Brenton Productions began 22 years ago with Shadetree Mechanic, the first how-to automotive series, on TNN (now Spike TV.) 
 
For more information on Brenton Productions, call 800/572-7798.