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Bud W. Brutsman

Chief Executive Officer


HQ Phone:  (770) 420-1855

Direct Phone: (818) ***-****direct phone


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1395 South Marietta Parkway Building 200, Suite 228

Marietta, Georgia,30067

United States

Company Description

BCII is the largest cement holding company in the Philippines, with an annual output of 5.5 million MT in clinker capacity. Holderbank operates in 56 countries and produces 78.9 million MT per year. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Producer of Documentaries

Chasing Baja


Brentwood Communications International Inc

Chief Executive Officer and Executive

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Bud Brutsman is executive producer for BCII.

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With the award-winning production team of BCII, Bud Brutsman, President of BCII, partnered with HOT ROD® Magazine to bring the best in automotive programming with high definition clarity and the power of the HOT ROD® brand.
Endurocross TV reaches over 500,000 households and both Ultimate Adventure TV and Top Truck Challenge TV reach over 100,000 households weekly.

Bud Brutsman / Executive Producer It was at BCI Eclipse where Glass first worked side-by-side with BCII CEO Bud Brutsman, growing the company together from $5 million in annual revenue to $20+ million in 3 years.

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Guess what team Bud Brutsman was on during the 2006 Baja 1000? Bud Brutsman is our reporter at the Born In Baja Presentation Tonight! You're Invited! If you thought Chasing Baja was good, Bud will tell us all about how Born In Baja is his off-road symphony...The "Born In Baja" TV show debuts on the Speed channel on Sunday, July 12, at 4 p.m. Eastern. Bud Brutsman, the Baja Racing reporter at the event tonight, talks about he and his film crews at the race, got the great shots of the race car, almost totalled and the palm tree. A coconut tree, that almost stopped another cheating Baja racer, in his tracks...Bud Brutsman Reporter. Bud, in a joint production with Ford Motor Company, BCII, Buds company,documentary about the design and construction of Ford's 2010 F-150 SVT Raptor truckand the racing of the truck in the 2008 Baja 1000 off-road race. Brutsman not only Executive Produces the Baja,' " said Bud Brutsman, BCII CEO and the film's executive producer. What happened to our reporter, Bud Brutsman at the Baja 1000 2006? Baja Racing Knows! "King of Car TV" Bud Brutsman 1,000 Miles of Glory "Television producer Bud Brutsman, self described "King", has done some of the most extreme activities in the world. If you follow Brutsman around for a day, you can rest assured he's doing something that involves a cage. After helping Terry Trebilcock launch King of the Cage, Brutsman has become one of the most influential figures in the motorsports world through his television programs Rides, Overhaulin', Payback, and Showdown. He has been called the "King of Car TV" by no less than Hot Rod magazine. So leave it to Brutsman to come up with a way to combine cagefighting and off-road racing, his two big passions. He took himself out of the fighting cage, put himself into a roll cage, and entered the world's toughest test of skill, reflexes, endurance, and just plan guts. What draws me to jiu-jitsu and cagefighting is how personal it is, says Brutsman. When my team was announced I was a bit intimidated, Brutsman admits. These guys are some of the biggest names in extreme sports. But being a sponsored athlete means nothing in this race. The course is equally brutal to everyone. It's an equal opportunity destroyer. But Brutsman had something up his sleeve that his celebrity copilots didn't. He had been racing in Baja for years, knew the challenges he faced, and was prepared for the worst that could happen. His experience was something his co-pilots would find invaluable later in the race and which just might have saved one of their lives. Brutsman and Metzger took the first shift, driving 535 miles in just around 17 hours, staying in the race despite suffering two rear axles and a broken shifter. When they traded off to their two teammates, Kenny Bartram and Tracy Jordan, at the halfway point, Brutsman and Metzger were ready for a break. Knowing that no help was going to come for his teammates until morning, Brutsman decided that was too long to wait. Relying on his Special Forces training he decided to mount a rescue effort on his own. Driving back up the highway to the previous course crossing, he commandeered a truck from a reluctant local and drove into the heart of the world's most hostile territory in the middle of the night. Crawling along at mere miles an hour, flashing a handheld searchlight across the pitch black terrain, Brutsman finally spotted his shellshocked drivers perched atop the cliff they had plunged over, hustled them into the truck, and drove them back to safety. As for Brutsman, the experience has not soured him on the Baja 1000. If anything, it has given him even more incentive to compete. Sponsor B.F. Goodrich has already offered him the spot of lead driver of record this year and Brutsman has accepted. There is no real reward except for finishing and your biggest victory is your victory over yourself and your own fears, he says. With the Baja you're faced with extreme weather, sleep deprivation, and a constant beating. It's like being in a car wreck for 20 hours straight. I can't wait to get back on the course this year! CLICK HERE FOR THE REST OF THE STORY! Then, in the 2007 Baja 1000 Bud Brutsman totaled his race car and Baja Racing was there... My FORD Motorsports Raptor R Baja 1000 2007 Story By: Bud Brutsman The next reports we got were that Bud Brutsman was in the vehicle and they made a precautionary change to the driveshaft because there was some vibration.

Bud Brutsman, Executive Producer of American Trucker and CEO of BCII

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