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“Raw Travel” Preps Third Season Production with Western U.S. Road Trip

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New Episodes to Showcase New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming & Dakotas

Robert on LocationNew York, NY – AIM Tell-A-Vision® Group (AIM TV) announced today that Raw Travel®, the nation’s most watched authentic travel series, is “firm go” for Season 3 and is kicking it’s production off in June with the “Great North American Road Trip – Western Frontier”.

The indie produced, adventure travel series is currently in its 2nd season where it has experienced +44% year to year audience growth and surpassed viewership of much bigger budgeted, cable network primetime travel shows to become the nation’s most watched authentic travel show on commercial TV.

Robert Rose Photo MAINFor Season 3, the adventure travel series promises it’s most diverse season yet with far flung destinations on the menu such as Western Africa, French Polynesia, Northern Europe, Southeast Asia, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America. However, Raw Travel will first kick off its 3rd Season production in June in the United States with a unique look at the great U.S. western frontier during the course of a month long road trip through New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and the Dakotas.

In its trademark style, the show plans to showcase adventure travel to these destinations in a way never before seen on U.S. television by digging deep into indigenous roots of the western United States while seeking out underground sub cultures and socially conscious living and travel angles.

GNART Map 5.25.15“Season 2’s Eastern Europe & Southeast Asia episodes were wild and helped push Raw Travel to become the most watched travel series on U.S. television, but our U.S. destinations of Nashville, New York City and New Orleans were even more popular,” states Robert Rose, Host & Executive Producer of the series.

“We’ll begin in New Mexico and then, in a truly bold move, we’ll traverse to U.S. destinations that don’t actually begin with the letter ‘N’ as we road trip for a month through some of the U.S.’s most storied locations and beautiful landscapes,” states Robert Rose, Host & Executive Producer of the series.

The show also hopes to continue to discover and showcase emerging, independent musicians while highlighting unique volun-tourism opportunities through its weekly “Give Back” segment.

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