Project Highway is the journey of two professional stand-up comedians,
Barbara Perez and Mike Motz. They are enduring the hardships and uncertainty of
living on the road in order to meet and perform for people in all 50 states Vaudeville
Style; building their fan bases the old fashioned way - getting out there and meeting
people one at a time.
Performing their hilarious stand-up comedy is only one aspect of Project Highway;
everywhere the two comedians eat, find lodging, and perform is with a locally owned, Independent business. By highlighting these businesses in the areas they visit, as well as producing individual "Spotlight" videos, it is the intention of Project Highway to encourage people to frequent and spend their money with small businesses instead of the corporate competitors. It is more important than ever that we as Americans support each other, and understand that if we do not fully and intentionally support local businesses, the "mom and pop's" will cease to exist. That would be catastrophic not only economically, but to society in general.
Unlike "reality" television shows that give viewers into an unrealistic look at life, Project Highway puts on no pretenses; it is raw and it is real. Our aim is to be an example of proof that no matter your background or perceived disadvantages, once you take that first step towards following your heart and chasing your dreams, regardless of what that dream may be, achievement and success is not only possible, it is inevitable.
The entire Project Highway journey is being documented for eventual broadcast.