Cabin Kings Partners with Jamaica Cottage Shop to Showcase Sugar Shack
SOUTH LONDONDERRY, Vt., March 17, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Cabin Kings of the popular National Geographic reality TV program, “Building Wild,” have joined forces with Jamaica Cottage Shop to build one of their 20 x 30 rough cut timber frame cabin kits – also known as the sugar shack. The show is expected to air on April 7.
“Building Wild” is hosted by Paulie DiMeo and Pat “Tuffy” Bakaitis, affectionately known as the Cabin Kings, who take the concept of building man caves to places no man has gone before.
Jamaica Cottage Shop will supply them with a cabin kit that has traditional mortise and tenon joinery making the post and beam house plan extremely durable.
The sugar shack is based on the design of a traditional New England cabin that is still used today to boil maple syrup. It can be used as a working sugar house, workshop and even a man cave. The Cabin Kings will showcase how it can meet multiple needs.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to partner with the Cabin Kings on this project,” Domenic Mangano, owner, Jamaica Cottage Shop, says. “And, while it’s not the first show we have appeared on, it’s the first one with the National Geographic network.”
Other shows that Jamaica Cottage Shop have appeared on include the FYI Network for “Tiny House Nation” and the DIY Network. “Building Wild” will be their third reality TV appearance.
For a full schedule of the “Building Wild” series: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/building-wild/.
For more information about Jamaica Cottage Shop: http://www.JamaicaCottageShop.com/.
About Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc.:
In business for 20 years, The “Jamaica Cottage Shop” name derives from the tiny New England town of Jamaica, Vermont where the company had its humble beginnings in 1995. Today, the company is based in Londonderry and produces a full line of outdoor storage shed kits, tiny houses, outhouses and green living cabins. Hand-crafted by Vermont artisans, these buildings are as durable as they are attractive and are built in the post and beam tradition.
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– Photo Caption: 20 x 30 Vermont Cottage (Sugar Shack).
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