‘Shipping Wars’ highlights mall move

Eastwood mall aquarium

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Marine life at the Eastwood Mall is about to get some national exposure thanks to a Cable TV program.

Crews with the A & E show “Shipping Wars” were at the Eastwood Mall in May taping. The show follows freelance shippers that bid on various, unique jobs and then follows them on their deliveries. The show taped at the mall will focus on how over-sized eels and a shark were moved to a new location.

“We really can’t say exactly what happens in the program because the producers had us sign an agreement that says to wait until the show airs to tell the storyline. But let me tell you, it was a fascinating process, and we are looking forward to seeing it next Tuesday evening,” said Cafaro Company spokesperson Joe Bell. “We think it’s going to be fun to watch. It’s not something we do every day, and I think viewers will get a kick to see what happens to those sea creatures.”

The episode of “Shipping Wars” will air Tuesday, July 16 at 10 p.m.

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