Soldier wins automotive dream job from TV show
Capt. Frank Fanelli (center) stands with Kevin ‘KevDogg’ Schiele (right), shop foreman, and Dave Kindig (left), owner, after winning the spoiler challenge during the Motor Trend Television building competition, Bitchin’ Boot Camp. The prize for winning the overall competition was a job offer at Kindig-it Design in Salt Lake City, Utah. Fanelli, a Kendall, New York resident, is a U.S. Army Reserve commander for Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 389th Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 98th Training Division (Initial Entry Training). (Courtesy photo)