LAKE FOREST, CA — Pfister Faucets, a leader in the plumbing industry since 1910, is publishing its third season of American Plumber Stories, a popular docuseries that features the lives of plumbers throughout the US. The first two seasons have garnered millions of views by plumbers and tradespeople in just over a year.
American Plumber Stories aims to promote the plumbing trade to the next generation of professionals. The show highlights the stories of plumbers around the nation including how they got started in the plumbing trade and the passion they have for their profession. These stories show how they built a career that allows them to lead financially rewarding and fulfilling lives.
Over the past year, the docuseries built up a large following in the plumbing industry who passionately support the mission that Pfister Faucets, the creator of the docuseries, is pursuing. From plumbing businesses, plumbing product manufacturers to industry associations, many were inspired to join forces to turn American Plumber Stories into the movement it has become today.
Power in Partnerships
Leading plumbing tool manufacturer, RIDGID, has partnered with Pfister Faucets to distribute American Plumber Stories episodes on its high-reach social media platforms and helps promote the docuseries at its trade show booths across the country.
“It's always our goal at RIDGID to support and celebrate the work of skilled trade professionals whenever and however we can. Getting to see and hear from the people who put their hearts into this profession is inspiring for those considering entering the plumbing field. We’re thrilled to continue to support the way Pfister Faucets and American Plumber Stories bring these personal experiences to life," said Becky Brotherton, Director of Marketing – RIDGID.
The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors—National Association (PHCC), the premier trade organization for plumbing and HVAC professionals, has teamed up with American Plumber Stories and supports its message on a national level to its members, as well as in state and local chapters throughout the country.
“We are delighted to support this important initiative to raise awareness of the rewarding careers in the industry,” said PHCC—National Association President Joel Long. “The real-life stories shared by the people spotlighted on the series—including several PHCC members—are an inspiration not just for those considering a career in the trades, but for all of us who have chosen this path and never regretted it. We look forward to Season 3, when PHCC member company Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical will be one of the featured guests.”
Mechanical Hub, the largest independent plumbing-focused online resource platform, is collaborating with Pfister Faucets to distribute American Plumber episodes through its media platforms to over 150,000 social media followers. Plumbers who are featured in the episodes will also appear in a series of podcasts that aim to go into more depth of each of the inspiring stories in Season 3.
“I’m proud to be a plumber in a time when our society is finally looking at the trades as essential. Mechanical Hub is excited to partner with Pfister Faucets to get the word out and shine a bright light on the plumbers and organizations who help build the backbone of our nation," said Eric Aune, Owner/Vice President — Mechanical Hub.
While Season 1 entertained with a look into the lives of ordinary plumbers with sometimes extraordinary lifestyles, Season 2 emphasized education in the trade and the opportunity this rewarding profession has to offer. Season 3 will highlight some of the most inspiring stories, told by plumbers whose lives were changed forever by the trade.
New episodes of American Plumber Stories can now be watched on www.AmericanPlumberStories.com.
Interested plumbers who would like to share their own story can do so here: https://www.americanplumberstories.com/pages/i-am-an-american-plumber
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