Newsletter V1.2

February is here and things are picking up!

Season 2 of the Devil’s Ride starts tonight on Discovery Channel. We are proud to be a part of the show again.  Fernando did not supervise this season, but that is our gear recording the sound of all those wonderful motorcycle engines.

The Ultimate Fighter is airing the 4th preliminary fight tomorrow on FX Network.  Did everyone see that knockout 2 weeks ago?  This is a very exciting season and it sounds wonderful also!

Fernando has been working on a few local commercials and having a lot of fun with those.  Last week he did a commercial for Counting Cars and was surprised when he realized that Mr. Koker was Count Cool Rider from Saturday Fright at the Movies. Anyone that has lived in Vegas for awhile should have some fond memories those scary B-movies.

Fernando has also been working a UFC fights.  He worked UFC 156 on February 2nd and he’s really looking forward to UFC 157 on the 23rd.

We still have a few used SD 442’s for sale.  $1200 a piece and that includes portabrace and piggin strap.  There are pictures on our Facebook and if you have any questions, please contact us.



Newsletter V1.1

Welcome to our first newsletter!  Fernando did a couple interviews at the end of 2012 and it inspired us to start a new page on the website.  Hopefully this will give us all a chance to get know each other better and keep you up to date on what we are doing.

2012 was a great year for us.  We enjoyed 3 seasons of The Ultimate Fighter with one of those being a 12 week long live show.  Top Shot continued for a 5th season and there were 2 new “Top” shows thrown into the mix.  The Devil’s Ride will be airing season 2 in February and should be more entertaining than the first season.

In October we moved into a new office/warehouse and we are feeling settled into Stickman 3.1.  We finally have real heat and air conditioning!  There were a few hic ups with the move, but the flood wasn’t too bad.  Fernando and Marcus have their own corners, Kristel has an office and we have a real reception area.  It’s nice to be in a space we are proud of and it’s great to have people visit and not make them suffer through the sauna room.

Now that the holidays are over it’s time to get back to work.  We are busy updating resumes, websites and social media.  Please see our links page to view Fernando’s updated profiles.   Marcus is almost done entering the gear into the new and improved inventory system and Kristel is keeping the accountants on speed dial for tax season.

What would you like to see us talk about?  Gear and equipment?  Challenges unique to shows we’ve work on?  Interviews and insights?  DC vs. Marvel?  Please give us some feedback, ideas and questions.  We really are looking forward to getting this newsletter going and hope you hang with us while we figure out our format.