Draper Products Make TV Appearances

Draper products are scheduled to appear in three television programs.

Draper products are scheduled to appear in three television programs in February.

February 1, Dr. Gadget will appear on the Tony Danza Show. Draper's Salara/IR Plug & Play(tm) motorized projection screen will be featured in a segment on how to watch the 2005 SuperBowl. Dr. Gadget will appear on a program airing live February 1 at 10am ET on ABC.
Monday, January 31, Monster House, as seen on the Discovery Channel, will feature Draper window shades as part of a fraternity house renovation. The program will air Monday, Jan. 31, at 8 p.m. ET, and again on Superbowl Sunday. A later edition of Monster House will take on renovating a loft that serves as a living space and an art gallery, in which a Draper projector mount was used. That program will air at 8pm and 11pm ET on February 21.
Check your local listings to confirm airtimes and for stations.
For information on Draper, visit www.draperinc.com. For more information on Monster House, visit www.monsterhouse.tv. For more information on Dr. Gadget, visit www.doctorgadget.com.

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