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Local real estate agent records episodes for EMMY-nominated show

Inhofer looks forward to sharing the culture of each community every other month over the next year. 
Noah Inhofer records the first Longmont area episode for "The American Dream"

Noah Inhofer is a Longmont real estate agent who relocated to Longmont three years ago. He sees his job as an opportunity to share the hidden gems of the community through social media which landed him a spot in the EMMY-nominated show “The American Dream.”

The American Dream” is a national show that highlights the lifestyle of a community along with its local real estate. The show’s producers seek out real estate agents across the nation and feature their voices from the markets they serve.

Inhofer is active on Instagram and Facebook where he uses his free-spirited personality to highlight local people and places. 

Inhofer was discovered by “The American Dream” producers because of his high-energy personality and the hidden gems he discovers daily. 

He will cover a geographic range spanning from Denver to Fort Collins to highlight “what life is like in these little towns,” Inhofer said. 

Inhofer looks forward to sharing the culture of each community every other month over the next year. 

The debut show hosted by Inhofer was filmed at McIntosh Lake where Inhofer paddle boarded. He wanted to share the beauty Longmont has to offer, although it is not next to the mountains. He later recorded an interview with Kimberlee McKee, executive director of Longmont Downtown Development Authority, where they discussed Downtown Longmont history and entrepreneurship. 

“I’m just happy that I get an opportunity,” Inhofer said. “I just think that being able to tell the story of what life is actually like here in Colorado is a great opportunity to show off Longmont, to show off these different communities … to show the culture and community. What better platform to do it on.”

Inhofer does not yet know when the Longmont area episode will air. The episodes will be featured on the show’s website along with other networks such as CNBC, The CW, FOX, CBS, abc, Apple TV, firetv and Roku.