CNBC's "PUT IT ON THE MAP" to Premiere on Friday, September 25th

"PUT IT ON THE MAP" will premiere on Friday, September 25th at 10:30PM ET on CNBC.

The 30 minute documentary will re-air on Sunday, September 27th at 1AM ET.

"Fascinating stories of some of America's most famous products and the towns they made famous. In this episode, the stories behind Crayola, Louisville Slugger, and Tabasco Sauce."

"PUT IT ON THE MAP" is a new 30-minute primetime show on CNBC that tells the behind-the-scenes stories of some of America's greatest brands and the cities & towns those iconic products proudly call home.

In this episode, "PUT IT ON THE MAP" brings the nation's business landscape to life through the words of the entrepreneurs, inventors and visionaries whose products have become household names.

We meet the company employees -- everyone from the CEO to the workers on the line -- who give us a first-hand look at how their famous products come to life.

These men and women tell how their perseverance and creativity (and maybe even a little luck) brought success to their businesses, and transformed the communities in which their entrepreneurial ideas were born.

Part business, part Main Street, USA -- and thoroughly entertaining. "PUT IT ON THE MAP" is a 30-minute slice of pure Americana.

In this episode we profile - Crayola, Louisville Slugger & Tabasco Sauce

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