Time Warner Cable Marks Third Season Of The Hub’s “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters” With New TV Spot And KRE-O Toy Giveaway For New York City Customers

Time Warner Cable joins the excitement surrounding the third season of the Daytime Emmy® Award-winning show, “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters,” by debuting a national TV spot and announcing a KRE-O TRANSFORMERS toy giveaway from Hasbro in New York City.

The 30-second spot featuring Megatron, villainous leader of the Decepticons, is designed to show how Time Warner Cable can transform its customer’s television viewing experience at home with the TWC TV app on any device. Customers across the TWC footprint can see how Megatron is no match against this app that transforms any screen in your home into a TV screen beginning March 27. The spot will also be available for viewing on Time Warner Cable’s YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/timewarnercable.

In addition, Time Warner Cable has partnered with The Hub Network to give away KRE-O TRANSFORMERS building sets from Hasbro to the first 500 customers that visit the New York City store in the Upper West Side located at: 2554 Broadway at 96 th Street. New York City Residential customers with accounts in good standing can pick up one of their own on Thursday, March 28 at 10:00 a.m. ET (The toys will be given out on a first come - first served basis while supplies last; one TRANSFORMERS toy per account holder; valid photo ID must be presented.)

“We are thrilled to partner with The Hub Network to bring our customers closer to the programming they love such as ‘Transformers Prime Beast Hunters,’” said Jeffrey A. Hirsch, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Sales Officer, Residential Services. “We hope the TV spot and giveaway will allow our customers to embrace not only their favorite TRANSFORMERS character but also the various devices they can use in the home to catch them in action.”

“Time Warner Cable is a great friend and partner to The Hub Network,” said Margaret Loesch, President and CEO of The Hub. “We are delighted to be part of their campaign and love the ‘Transformers Prime Beast Hunters’ spot that we worked together to create.”

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