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MidWestWhips on the Science Channel show “How It’s Made”

May 23, 2011

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We just wanted to let everyone know that this coming Friday, May 27th at 9pm Eastern Time, MidWestWhips will be featured on a segment of the Science Channel’s show “How It’s Made.”

It appears as though our segment will likely be in the first portion of the show, followed by automated pizza makers, incense cones, and scale turbine engines. :)

You can see some photos that John Leonetti generously shot during the filming both on our MidWestWhips Facebook page Photo Gallery and on John’s site: The Whip Cracking Galleries.

Also, here are photos of some of the whips that you’ll see during the segment:







Be sure to check your local listings.

Happy Cracking!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 23, 2011 12:35 pm

    That’s awesome! Setting the DVR now.

  2. May 27, 2011 11:34 pm

    Wonderful you deserve the recognition. Good on you. Will definitely watch this.

  3. Brandon smith permalink
    July 23, 2011 4:14 am

    Hey Paul it’s Brandon from back in Fenton! I was watching how it’s made this evening and was thinking to myself “hmm, I knew a guy that made some really sweet whips a while back” then “come to think about it those tags say midwestwhips” then finally “Wow that’s Paul!!!”. I just wanted to congratulate you on what looks to be a successful endeavor and wish you the best my friend!

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