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Public Television Letter of Interest

Public Television Letter of Interest

WPBT2 MiamiRed Dot on the Ocean has received a Letter of Interest from WPBT2 Miami Public Television, a major presenter of independent documentaries to American Public Television for national distribution through PBS. We are in discussions with WPBT2 about details.

Companies (except automotive), organizations, and foundations interested in becoming a PBS Underwriter for Red Dot should contact us. Besides associating your brand with Red Dot and PBS, your co-underwriter will be American Honda Motors, our corporate sponsor. For more information fill out our Contact form, email reddot@thesailingchannel.tv, or call 301-358-5262.

New Sponsor: American Honda

New Sponsor: American Honda

American HondaAmerican Honda is now a contributing sponsor of Red Dot On the Ocean,
the Matt Rutherford Story.

In April of 2012, Matt Rutherford set a world record for his 27,000 mile solo, non-stop 309 day circumnavigation of the America’s, through the Northwest Passage and around Cape Horn, aboard St. Brendan, a 27 foot Albin Vega sailboat.

Matt Rutherford returns to Annapolis, MD

Matt Rutherford arrives at City Dock in Annapolis following his circumnavigation of the Americas.

A public high school drop-out, Matt eventually graduated from Eagle Rock School, an innovative, tuition free, private residential high school wholly funded by American Honda. The Eagle Rock experience played a critical role in turning around Matt’s life, instilling in him a passion for nautical history and the environment, and an eagerness to help others through volunteering.

Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center (PDC)

Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center (PDC)

Amy, Matt, and friends at Eagle Rock School, Colorado

Producer Amy Flannery with Matt and friends at Eagle Rock School, Colorado

Opened in 1993, Eagle Rock School and its Professional Development Center (PDC) has shared its life changing educational methods with more than 10,000 educators from across the United States.

 

 
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