Welcome to HooterVille 9 Ball:              A Balls out Reality Show!


HooterVille 9 Ball proudly presents..A brand new Reality Show concept created by: 

Ron Stead & Ryan Mansfield of Michigan, in January, 2013. 

It's now 2017 and we are happy to be in our 5th season! It just keeps getting bigger and better every year. 

What is HooterVille 9 Ball? Watch this 9 minute Video!


Our show is about a group of HooterVille Characters, their weekly 9 Ball Pool Tournament, their daily lives and silly shenanigans. Our goal is to attract national attention from cable TV networks and bring more enthusiasm and excitement to this wonderful sport of 9-Ball Billiards! And of course, to have fun!


"The Originals"

This show is not just about playing pool. If you've been to 

The Boat on a Wednesday night then you already know. Its 

about the people, the comradery, the town, our Michigan 

way of life. 


You've seen the cameras rolling.....We have over 100 hours 

of hilarious footage so far. We our currently screening and 

editing tons of great content to create several short 

episodes. For more about the show see the 

article below published in a local paper. Also, check out the

Videos and Clips and don't forget to like us on Facebook!

Duck Dynasty, watch out!
Hooterville looking for own reality show

The Clarkston News

November 13, 2013 - There's an old saying (or maybe a successful marketing slogan) that goes like this: What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. And, while some will maintain that what happens behind the closed doors of Ortonville's Boat Bar, probably should stay in the Boat Bar, hold on to your sweet bipees a minute.
There's this group of cats who apparently haven't heard of the expression TMI (Too Much Information); they actually want to share their Boat Bar exploits with the world. As far as they're concerned once the world has seen just a little of the Hooterville 9 ballers, the world will want a whole lot more. As a matter of fact, this group of individuals with such nicknames as Fast Eddie, DJ Rolling Rock, ShoeShyne, Herb The Hammer, Hot Josh, Scary Larry, Deadly Steadly and Rockin' Robin are bankin' on it.

Well . . . they haven't banked anything from it yet, but they're investing in a new concept in reality TV programming. They've got a film crew. They've got some digital cameras and editing software. Heck they've even got a theme song, complete with banjos!

Hooterville9ball.com is the name of this budding reality TV show.

"We've been doing this for a while," one of the characters, Ron "Deadly Steadly" Stead said. "We've had this 9 ball tournament going on, and some of the stuff that happens is just gosh-darned funny. Somebody said, 'we oughtta make a reality TV show.' And we are."

Inspired by the awesomeness that is a bearded Duck Dynasty world (and dollar signs danced in their eyes), they started tapping their exploits (Scary Larry Ahlborn's in charge of the camera) and editing pilot episodes. According to Scary, for every hour of footage shot, they can make 20 to 40 seconds of show.
"We've a ton of footage we have to go through to find those golden 
nuggets ," Scary said.

So what is the show about? Well, they have 70 or so players in the 9 ball tournament/league/thing that lasts the better part of the year. There are weekly prizes, and overall trophies. The show will not only reference the play on the felt, but also follow some of the afore mentioned characters during their normal daytime lives.

Ryan Mansfield (aka DJ Rolling Rock) helps edit and is the marketing mavin of the 9 ballers -- he's kinda excitable and is passionate about getting the show produced. "There's just a lot of crazy, funny stuff here. It just happens, you can't script it. And, there is drama, too. It's life."

Mansfield believes their show concept is sound. Unlike duck hunting, most Americans have played picked up a cue stick and tried their hands at some game of billiards.

"People can relate. They will relate with us," he said.

Once a couple of shows are in the can, the crew will plans on building up a fan base via the internet.

"Once TV producers see the following, they will want the show," Mansfield said.

So, what to these Hootervillians want and need? They need folks to look up their show; they need connections -- if you know of any TV producer types, hook 'em up. Do you want a shot at being on the show? There's a way to do that, too. Oh, and donations . . . you can make them, and they will accept them. If you like merchandising, then maybe you'd like a Hooterville9Ball.com golf or t-shirt. They are available. Find out how, by going to their website.

Duck Dynasty, watch out!

Don Rush - Sherman Publications, Inc.
email: Don@DontRushMeDon.com

HooterVille 9 Ball

Original Artwork by: Aaron Mansfield