Putting its money where its mouth is, CNBC announces the second season of its West Texas Investors Club TV show premieres Tuesday, June 7, 2016, at 10:00pm ET/PT. The series stars multi-millionaire investors Rooster McConaughey and Butch Gilliam, and their friend Gil Pranther.
West Texas Investors Club is produced by The Ebersol Lanigan Company with Charlie Ebersol, Mike Lanigan and Jason Henry as executive producers. Jim Ackerman and Luke Bauer are the executive producers for CNBC.
Get all the details including this season’s entrepreneurs, from this CNBC press release.
NEW EPISODES OF CNBC’S HIT SERIES “WEST TEXAS INVESTORS CLUB” DEBUT TUESDAY, JUNE 7TH AT 10PM ET/PT
Self-made Multimillionaires Rooster McConaughey and Butch Gilliam are Takin’ Care of Business West Texas Style
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. – May 24, 2016 – CNBC’s “West Texas Investors Club” returns Tuesday, June 7th at 10PM ET/PT with bigger deals, higher stakes and a whole lot more business. Set deep in the heart of Texas, the 10 original hour-long episodes feature self-made multimillionaires- Rooster McConaughey and Butch Gilliam who have chosen to pass on their success by investing in promising entrepreneurs – but only on their turf and their terms.
Along with their close friend and confidante Gil Prather, Rooster and Butch invite a new batch of ambitious entrepreneurs from across the country to come down to Midland, Texas and make their case. These folks know that they’re getting a once-in-a-lifetime chance to secure an investment – but what they don’t know, is that clever products and beautiful balance sheets will only get you so far with these down-home investors. Rooster and Butch won’t make a deal until they’ve peered into your heart and soul – and taken the true measure of your character.
In the Tuesday, June 7th episode, a young entrepreneur pitches Butch and Rooster an electronic beer tap that promises to reduce keg waste. The beer-loving investors have high hopes, but soon find that this youngster may not be everything he says he is. Later, two moms from Utah show off their practical zip-up bedding.
The entrepreneurs and businesses featured in upcoming new episodes: (*not in air episode order):
- Rena Abramoff & Julie Abasova, Bandelettes – Staten Island, NY
- Matthew Dooley & Mike Sarow, Kapture – Cincinnati, OH
- Robert Duffy, Quick Step Anchor – Wilbrham, MA
- Mollie & Jeff Evans, Baby Vida Smart Monitor – Omaha, NE
- Ginger Flesher, Escape Room Live – Alexandria, VA
- Valeria Frejlin, BungyPump – Los Angeles, CA
- Cobb & Alex Hudjohn, H&H Outfitters – Forest Grove, OR
- Carla Johnston, Carla Lee’s NutBurgers – Newport Beach, CA
- Betsy Mikesell & Angie White, Beddy’s – Riverton, UT
- Gary Murphy, Little Soya – Houston, TX
- James Oliver, WeMontage – Neenah, WI
- Michelle Oppelt, Smartycat Kids – Oakland, TN
- Elliott Osborne, I-Tap Technologies – Chicago, IL
- Serafina Palandech & Jen Johnson, Hip Chick Farms – Sebastopol, CA
- Ty Parker & Trevor Abbott, SpinChill – Gainesville, FL
- Cary Prewitt, Guns & Oil Beer – Austin, TX
- Jeramiah Raber & Matt Heck, Nutshellz – Fultz, IL
- Sandy Stein, Finders Key Purse – West Hills, CA
- Ari Tolwin, Happy Tree Maple Water – New York, NY
- Dan Triano, Sand Blaster Bait Caster – New Ringgold, PA
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“West Texas Investors Club” is produced by The Ebersol Lanigan Company with Charlie Ebersol, Mike Lanigan and Jason Henry as executive producers. Jim Ackerman and Luke Bauer are the executive producers for CNBC.
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What do you think? Are you a fan of the West Texas Investors Club TV series? Do you plan to tune in for the second season on CNBC?