Third Season of ‘American Plumber Stories’ Docuseries Debuts

Third Season of ‘American Plumber Stories’ Docuseries Debuts

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Plumbing manufacturer Pfister has launched the third season of its ongoing docuseries “American Plumber Stories.”

The first episode, “Dead-End Road,” now available, features Larry Jones of Augusta, Georgia. He went from growing up on a literal “dead-end street” with no running water to owning Universal Plumbing, a successful plumbing company.

Highlighting plumbers whose lives were changed forever by the trade, Season 3 builds on the personal stories shared during the first two seasons that have garnered millions of views. Launched in 2021, the series is hosted by country music entertainer and Army veteran Craig Morgan and aims to promote the benefits of learning the plumbing trade to the next generation of professionals.

“The pride and enthusiasm of the plumbers featured in ‘American Plumber Stories’ continues to inspire us at RIDGID,” says Becky Brotherton, director of engagement marketing at RIDGID, a sponsor of the series. “Our team can’t wait for people to hear about each plumber’s experience in the industry and why they pursued a career in the field.”

To view “American Plumber Stories,” visit Episodes are also available on various social media channels, including YouTube and Instagram.

Watch the first episode of Season 3 below:


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