Arizona Highway Television shines spotlight on Whiskey Row business

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Robin Sewell and Kathi Gaspar share a laugh as Arizona Highways Television stops in at the Treat Center on Whiskey Row Monday morning.

Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier<br> Robin Sewell and Kathi Gaspar share a laugh as Arizona Highways Television stops in at the Treat Center on Whiskey Row Monday morning.

Robin Sewell and Arizona Highway Television visited Prescott Monday. The production company visited five locations on Monday: Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza, The Palace Restaurant & Saloon, the Bird Cage Saloon, All About You Nail and Beauty Salon and the Treat Center on Whiskey Row. The show, on 12 News out of Phoenix at 6:30 Saturdays and 4:30 Sundays, will air sometime in April according to Sewell.

Sewell's first words when entering the Treat Center were, "wow what a great smell." This is the second time Sewell visited the Treat Center. A couple years ago they visited while doing a promotional piece for the Arizona Lottery.

Sewell, who has been on Phoenix television since 1996 when she was the news anchor with ABC 15, started Arizona Highway Television and her own production company in 2004. Since then, the company has traveled around Arizona filming segments to produce 21-26 shows every year.

Previously Arizona Highways Television shows have included segments on the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo, the Granite Dells and rock climbing and Sharlot Hall Museum, along with others places from the around the downtown area.

"We film and share with our viewers people, places, businesses and culture that represent Arizona treasures," Sewell said.