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Terrance Daniel may be on top of his game, but he has a lot on his mind. After being delayed due to Covid, the highly anticipated first episode of Miami Undercover Episode 1 will be released exclusively on Youtube. The series has been in the works for almost a year.

This winter in his hometown of Cleveland, Terrance Daniel was talking to the media while getting ready to do appearances during the All-Star weekend; Terrance said: I am quite anxious about the premier of Miami Undercover Episode 1 in April 2022. It is divided into two parts. My friend Andres and I are taking people on a joy ride exploring the beautiful vistas and iconic highways and byways of Miami. I split it into two parts because I wanted to introduce two Supercars for this series.

“I got a lot of feedback after doing the first two videos with the BMW M4 and the Cadillac ATS-V. Viewers wanted to see less of the car and the technical details and more conversation, fun and driving. As a result, I brought along one of my friends in Miami to add some spice and more excitement to the episode with this next series. Andres was great; he brought so much fun and energy to the episode. Andres was born in Mexico, but he’s lived in Miami for over 10 years.”

Miami is all about the luxury lifestyle. That is why he chose a higher-profile exotic car for the series. “I knew we had to go big with the next car. It had to be a Supercar. That’s why we choose the McLaren Spider 570S Spyder. The car starts at over $190k; that’s going big. I loved driving this car; it was a dream experience and the first time I had ever driven a Supercar. I felt like a kid all over again. I was afraid to touch anything. When driving a car that costs more than most people’s houses, it’s hard to have fun and enjoy the experience.”

The headaches and challenges of Covid over the last two years have been numerous. Several of his most popular hats from AGEMBRAND were out of stock due to supply chain and shipping challenges. “I had to navigate crisis after crisis like many others in retail and stop everything. I even had to learn how to sew because I couldn’t get orders processed fast enough due to staffing shortages. This period was a time of rolling up your sleeves and learning how to do everything. Honestly, it was one of the most rewarding times of my life. I always excelled in business, but I never thought I would have to learn the complete supply chain process to stay afloat and keep business operating.”

The constantly evolving Terrance Daniel seems to love the circus of entrepreneurship while keeping his family close, as indicated by the time he spent in his hometown during the pandemic. “If something goes wrong with your family, nothing matters. The pandemic taught me how to prioritize and focus on what matters most. It’s the people who are there for you during all the ups and downs. It’s the family you are born with, and the family you choose that truly matters the most”

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tdanielmaddox/.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtyRiTZkzPspNPUlphrtTdA

Website: www.agembrand.com

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