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Our Miami video crew, Juan Lopez, headed downtown to Grafton Furniture to find out how their business is doing since teaming up with businessman Marcus Lemonis on CNBC’s “The Profit.” The Profit Effect with Marcus Lemonis How has Grafton Furniture benefited since partnering with Marcus Lemonis on...

Our Nashville camera crew, Peter Leininger and Chris Halleen, headed to Kentucky to get a taste of the “Bourbon Boom” with CNBC. Bourbon Boom and Whiskey Rush If Kentucky is known for anything it’s bourbon. So when CNBC needed video and audio for a shoot in Frankfort,...

Our Cleveland camera crew, Ryan Lohr and Kyle Kaiser, followed up with the Windward Boardshop in Chicago after being on CNBC’s “The Profit” with Marcus Lemonis. From The Profit to The Profit Effect on CNBC CNBC’s “The Profit” is all about billionaire entrepreneur, Marcus Lemonis, finding struggling...

Your pet's food may not be as healthy as you think it is. CNBC and our Florida video crew interview the woman who's behind the "Truth About Pet Food" movement. CNBC and our Florida Video Crew get the Scoop on what's in your Pet Food Do you...

 Cleveland camera crew and CNBC interview David Rivers and see why his online bar supply store KegWorks is a "Bright Idea". CNBC and Cleveland Camera Crew Interview KegWorks Creator Need a cold one? Shop online at KegWorks. Our Cleveland camera crew, Ryan Lohr, got a taste while...

 Chicago Video Crew and CNBC Learn About Camper Culture Sales of campers and R.V.s are at an all time high thanks in part to Millennials and their desire to spend their money on experiences rather than things. CNBC wanted to see how Thor Industries, one of...

  Small businesses are in for a rough adjustment if the GOP’s border adjustment tax goes through. Ledbury, a small clothing company based in Richmond, Virginia is no exception. CNBC’s Squawk Box was on the scene to hear their side of the story. Ledbury only manufactures 2%...

“Never start a business to make money, start a business to make a difference.” Travis McVey, former marine, is definitely making a difference. Our Nashville cameraman worked with CNBC to tell his “heroic” story. McVey served on the presidential honor guard and has since retired from...

  What’s better than one Go To Team crew?  Easy, two Go To Team crews. Duh!  I teamed up with Dallas Cameraman/DP, Nate Galluppi for a three day shoot with CNBC’s “Power Lunch” in Houston, Texas.  We created the look for their on-location set at the...

Today, I got to cover a pretty interesting story for CNBC about a particular way to sell cars.  The company is called "Carvana" and they use a method they call a vending machine.  You pick your car out online, go to their shop and there...