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TV programme focuses on Bradford car firm's celebrity dealings
Updated 1:33pm Thursday 10th April 2014 in News
A look at how celebrities use a Bradford company to personalise their cars hits TV screens this month.
The series, Kustomize Kingz, centres around Listerhills vehicle body specialists Enkahnz.
All filming and production has been done in Bradford after Enkahnz owner Naveed Khan linked up with a specialist production company.
“We have created a series dedicated to hard work and entertainment,” said Mr Khan, who has run the business for ten years.
The series will be broadcast on a major Asian music channel and hosted by British Asian recording artist Shizzo.
The series has been in the pipeline for almost a year, taking longer than expected due to hectic schedules.
As well as looking at the technical side of the business, Kustomize Kingz shows off exclusive work for celebrities such as boxer Amir Khan and Manchester United star Tom Cleverley, who came through the ranks at Bradford City.
Mr Khan, who has a team of eight, said: “An important factor is to give the younger generation a taste of things to come in the motor industry. “We have always been happy to educate young people and foster the right exposure to those who are interested in the world of cars. “The show has celebrities sending out a positive message to young viewers to motivate them to do well in life.”
Mr Khan added: “The business is doing well but it will be great for us to be on a channel which beams throughout the UK and Europe. It’s also going to be good for Bradford.”
Mr Khan says customising need not be too expensive. “We will do anything from a Mini to a Rolls- Royce,” he said. “And we can tailor the cost to suit the individual.”
Kustomize Kingz airs on BritAsia TV at 9pm on Saturday for eight weeks, repeated on Sky free channel 833 throughout the week.