San Diego, Calif. – October 2, 2012 – Chris Duke, automotive improvement expert, host and executive producer of Motorz was selected to host a new 25-episode series in cooperation with eHow.com called the eHow Auto Center. The first four episodes are now live online at http://www.motorz.tv/autocenter.
Covering a variety of topics like proper tire care and safety, how and when to change vehicle spark plugs and much more, the Auto Center offers tips and how-to instructions for auto repair and maintenance to improve longevity, performance, safety and fuel economy for new and used vehicles.
“I have a passion for helping others with maintenance and improvement projects,” stated Chris Duke. “This series is another excellent way for me to do that by providing accurate information and hopefully giving people the confidence to perform simple vehicle maintenance or installations at home. Important safety instructions are included as well as advice regarding which projects are better left to the professionals and why.”
Chris Duke, official Craftsman® automotive tool spokesperson for Sears catalogs, is a true automotive enthusiast with more than 25 years of experience in hands-on vehicle customization. He is a proud 13-year veteran of the automotive industry having founded former F150World.com, and served as Ford Truck World magazine editor for a number of years before launching Motorz TV in 2008. (http://www.motorz.tv/bio)
Motorz, established in 2008 and produced by Duke Networks, is a popular automotive improvement series produced in a home garage environment showing viewers how to properly maintain a vehicle and install aftermarket accessories with step-by-step instructions in an entertaining “you can do it, too” format. Now completing its fifth season, Motorz reaches hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide via cable and satellite television channels, Internet distribution, video-on-demand, and mobile access. For more information about Duke Networks, visit www.duke.net. For more information about Motorz or to watch the show, visit www.motorz.tv. For advertising and sponsorship information, visit www.motorz.tv/advertising. LIKE Motorz on Facebook at www.facebook.com/motorztv and follow on Twitter @motorz.
Tracy L. Teuscher, APR
Communications & Business Development