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TV show lensing at Rock Ranch

Rodney Miller is on a mission to shine the light on life in small town America, and show the world why a lot of people prefer life outside the beltway. His new show ‘Small Town Big Deal’ airs each Thursday evening at 9:30 p.m. on RFD-TV network, and he will be filming in this area at the Rock Ranch on November 3rd. Miller’s concept is beautifully simple: we all love a good story. ‘America’s small towns are just full of amazing people and their personal stories of big success, clever innovation, captivating history and just good common sense ideas that truly make a difference in people’s lives. Host of ‘Small Town Big Deal’ Rodney Miller is a native of Benton, IL; his life has taken him from there to Ocilla, GA via Springdale, AR and Buford, GA. Along the way, Rodney has served as CEO of McCormick International and Montana Tractors, and he was instrumental in establishing US operations for Baltra Tractors, and Territory management for Long and Mahindra Tractors. The world is made of stories, and ‘Small Town Big Deal’, says Rodney, promises to be ‘an unapologetic celebration of the real-life stories of rural life, of small towns and farming communities and the people, places and events that reflect our values, cherished histories, successes and innovations. In a complicated world, some of our best stories are about what we still call character, patriotism, faith and good common sense.’ Everywhere Rodney goes, people have stories. And Rodney sees each one as a gift, one he wants to hear, and then share. He also seems as likely, while listening, to roll up his sleeves and offer to help out. And if machinery, agriculture or history are involved, it would probably be wise to let him. He’s clearly the sort of guy who’s as competent and comfortable in the barn and machine shop and he is on campus or in the studio. There’s no substitute for genuine enthusiasm. It’s welcoming, energizing and contagious. Rodney’s eager for folks to know about ‘Small Town Big Deal’ since it’s an extension of that passion. ‘It’s always about the people,’ he says. ‘˜Small Town Big Deal’ will always be soliciting stories that show why people are proud to be who they are, why they believe small town living is, now more than ever, ‘˜the good life’. Rural America is full of captivating history, too. We’ll never run out of stories and plan to be around for a long while telling them.’ ’ ’Small Town Big Deal will be at the Rock Ranch in The Rock, GA on November 3 telling the story of their great ranch! For more information about ‘Small Town Big Deal’ visit

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