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"All-American Makers" is a reality series on the Science Channel that offers America's do-it-yourselfers, innovators and entrepreneurs the opportunity of a lifetime: to turn their big ideas into big money. Every week four top makers from around the nation pitch their products to a panel of three experts featuring Printrbot founder and owner Brook Drumm, mechanical designer and robotics expert Brian Roe, and venture capitalist Marc Portney.

Each maker's homegrown product is put through a series

of rigorous tests by Drumm and Roe to find out how it works and if it lives up to its claim. Should the product make the grade it's then subjected to the scrutiny of real consumer focus groups. Based on the feedback of Drumm and Roe plus the focus groups, Portney decides if he wants to invest his own money in the maker's business and help bring the product to store shelves. From dog toys, thermal radar and grill gadgets to personal robots, hybrid recreational vehicles and stain repellent, the products featured on "All-American Makers" span the everyday to the amazing.

"All-American Makers" is produced for Science Channel by Bray Entertainment. For Science Channel, Rita Mullin is General Manager, Bernadette McDaid is Vice President of Production, Joshua C. Berkley and Neil Laird are executive producers, and Lindsey Foster Blumberg is producer. Chris Bray is the CEO and Dan Miller is executive producer of Bray Entertainment.


ALL-AMERICAN MAKERS: FACTS

Network: Science Channel
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: January 21, 2015
Seasons: 2
Production Company: Bray Entertainment




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