Reality Show Stars Bound For Sherwood Elementary

By  //  April 26, 2012

Special Celebrities

The Parker brothers from the SyFy reality show will appear at Sherwood Elementary School on Friday to support Relay for Life. (Courtesy, SyFy Channel)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Parker Brothers from the nationally syndicated show Dream Machines, filmed in Melbourne and broadcast on the SyFy Channel, will attend Sherwood Elementary School’s Pep Rally at 1 p.m. Friday to  support the school’s efforts to raise money for Relay for Life.

Students that have won a gold or purple ticket will receive an opportunity to pie a teacher to support this weekend’s Relay for Life event at Johnson Middle School.

Students have been buying plastic eggs for a chance to participate in the pie event.

The Parker Brothers are scheduled to bring a motorcycle and also get pied to increase the excitement and the participation of students and to show their support to the local community and the efforts of Relay for Life.

The show Dream Machines is a reality program filmed in Melbourne which centers on brothers Marc and Shannon Parker, who own Parker Brothers Concepts.

The hour-long show made its debut on the SyFy Channel on April 10 and each week  the brothers and their crew take vehicles from movies, television and comic books and then turn them into reality.

Each episode of the show features a high-profile client or group that asks the brothers to help create a one-of-a-kind “dream machine.”