Mormon Family to Star in TLC’s Newest Reality Show

Texas Armoring Corporation (TAC), a Mormon-owned vehicle bulletproofing business based in San Antonio, Texas, announced today that it has been cast in TLC’s newest reality TV special entitled, “FAMILY ARMOR.” The show, which has been carefully paired with network favorites like “Street Customs” and “American Chopper,” has been described by industry insiders as “the ultimate guy show with a hint of family and faith” and will offer audiences an entertaining mix of cars, guns, and gadgets that would rival any 007 James Bond film.

President and CEO of TAC Trent Kimball said of the show, “‘FAMILY ARMOR’ will give the world a bird’s-eye view of our business, our family, and our LDS faith. As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we hope that this show will offer audiences a realistic, down-to-earth look at Mormonism and LDS family life. TLC is a family-oriented network, and we’re excited to partner with a group that will reflect well on our work, community, and personal lives.”

...Kimball currently resides in Northern San Antonio with his wife and six children, but works closely with Brigham Young University’s (BYU) Marriott School of Management to help inspire young entrepreneurs. Kimball manages business operations at TAC alongside his brother-in-law, Jason Forston.

Forston, a BYU alumnus and recent MBA graduate of Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, said of the show, “Without a doubt, ‘FAMILY ARMOR’ will be an amazing piece of television. It works on so many angles—while guys will love the cars and explosions, it’s also a clean and entertaining show that the entire family will enjoy.”

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