Full Metal Arts & Entertainment seeks film projects; completes acclaimed Whelen Marsh Racing video; appears at PRI show in Indy

By Martha Maglone

Full Metal Art StudioGainesville, GA: If television is the most potent advertising medium ever devised, video we assume is similarly blessed. How-to videos stand alone in explaining the complicated processes of our racing products and they promote companies and their achievements with equal brilliance.

Spearheaded by Tom Arbeiter, Full Metal Arts & Entertainment has been specializing in producing media projects in film since 1994. They have completed notable works for the Ford Motor Company, Penske Racing Shocks, Lou Santiago’s GarageInsider TV and more recently Whelen Marsh Racing*.

Should you be interested in promotional videos, TV commercials, product demonstrations, training videos, or short films, consider Full Metal. Their capabilities include pre-production, scriptwriting, storyboarding, casting, voice over, graphic design, animation elements, and post production.

Chat with Tom personally at the PRI show Dec 12-14 Indianapolis, he’ll be accessible via NARRA (North American Road Racing Association) at booth #7043 in the Yellow Hall.

To view the latest Whelen Marsh Racing promotional video click here.

To download Full Metal TV’s Production Services click here.

 

4x8 Banner BizStyleFull Metal Arts & Entertainment
3305 Cook Drive
Gainesville, GA 30507

www.fullmetaltv.com

PH: 678.386.1440
Email: tom@fullmetaltv.com

 

*Diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease six years ago, George “Sonny” Whelen, 59, has recently retired from sports car racing and is taking up a new challenge of  ‘racing for a cure’ having joined the board of the Michael J Fox Foundation.

Whelen, and his Whelen Engineering Marsh Racing Team run by Teddy Marsh, field the TEAM FOX car for drivers Eric Curran and Boris Said, who will be driving in the Rolex 24 at Daytona in January. For sponsorship on media projects contact Tom Arbeiter.

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