New Production Company Launches Website Featuring Release of DVD
Released on: February 17, 2008, 7:25 pm
Press Release Author: Vandem Productions
Industry: Small Business
Press Release Summary: Vandem Productions\' CEO Levon Hinton launches new website, www.bikeclubsgonewild.com where the newly released dvd, Baltimore Bike Clubs Gone Wild is available.
Press Release Body: Raleigh, NC - On December 7, 2007 Vandem Productions launched its new website, www.bikeclubsgonewild.com where the public can go to purchase the newly released Baltimore Bike Clubs Gone Wild. This is the first in a series of DVD's highlighting the culture, lifestyles, charitable events and wild parties of motorcycle clubs. On this particular DVD, Vandem Productions captures all the live action at the Black Tigers' annual Pajama Jam held in Baltimore, MD on the weekend of November 16, 2007.
Baltimore Bike Clubs Gone Wild features the Black Tigers motorcycle club hosting their weekend long event which takes place every year and where motorcycle clubs from NY to FL come together to support one another and their charities. This DVD features never seen before footage of the Black Tigers at their meet and greet at which members of various motorcycle clubs introduce themselves and network with each other. Vandem Productions was also there to document Black Tigers' charitable Fish Fry/Food Drive.
The DVD shows everything from the fascinating stunts demonstrated by brave motorcycle club members as well as the wild parties, such as the Pajama Jam, that take place throughout the weekend. In addition, motorcycle club members are interviewed where they talk about their organizations and the bikes they love to ride.
This is a breakthrough in the motorcycle club community, the culture and lifestyles of bike clubs can now be exposed and have their generous contributions publicized. A DVD of this nature has never been done before as Vandem Productions puts together a video for all motorcycle enthusiasts and bike riders alike.
When asked why a bike clubs gone wild DVD; Vandem Productions' CEO Levon Hinton said, "I wanted to show people that motorcycle clubs really do a lot for the communities they represent and charities they support."