The Prep to Become Broadcast Home for the Motor City Cruise
DETROIT - The Motor City Cruise announced today that they have reached an agreement with The Prep to be the official broadcast partner for all Cruise regular season home games during the 2021-22 NBA G League season. Fans can go to Facebook.com/MotorCityCruise to stream all Cruise home games.
Chad Bush, Founder and CEO of The Prep, will serve as the voice of the Motor City Cruise. Bush will be joined by longtime media personality and host of the Detroit Pistons Pod Matt Dery and Sam "Stick" Day as color commentators during broadcasts.
The partnership includes traditional branding elements where The Prep's logo will be prominently featured on the fieldhouse scorer's table, LED rings, and video board for fans both in the arena and watching on the Motor City Cruise Facebook Live Stream. The Cruise and The Prep will make their season debut on Thursday, November 11 when they take on the Wisconsin Herd at 7:00 PM EST.
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