January 31 2014

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Fort Lauderdale facility lands segment in the hit show, "Secret Lives of the Super Rich"

CNBC is going inside RoboVault. The network received an exclusive look at Florida’s premier high-tech, ultra secure automated storage facility for the 2nd season of their hit show “Secret Lives of the Super Rich.” The episode will premiere on February 5th at 9pm EST.

The network flew Special Projects Director Ray Paresi and a crew down to South Florida to tour the facility in January, getting a peek at RoboVault’s state-of-the-art security features. Cameras were rolling as an exotic car was taken via their automatic retrieval system deep into the vault. Producers also got a glimpse of the fine art and antique services, and were granted special permission from one of RoboVault’s clients to film inside his temperature-controlled wine vault.

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“We wanted to truly showcase the facility and give CNBC special access to the various features that RoboVault has to offer, while still respecting our client’s privacy and protecting their important assets,” said Susan McGregor, President and General Manager of RoboVault. “We’re so thrilled that America will be able to see how special this facility is.”

Having CNBC on-site for the filming is just a small part of the renewed interest and fresh energy brought to RoboVault since being acquired by an affiliate of BBX Capital in April 2013.

“From the very beginning, we’ve committed ourselves to offering only the highest level of security, service and experience, every day, to every client.” added McGregor. “Having a national television network like CNBC recognize this unique facility only serves to strengthen the RoboVault brand.”

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Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, RoboVault is a premier high-tech, ultra secure storage facility, featuring climate controlled, high security storage for fine art, antiques, collectables, exotic cars, fine furnishings, wine, business and forensic property or smaller items such as jewelry, precious metals, and important documents. The facility, which is not located in a flood zone, is wind resistant up to 200 mph (CAT 5 hurricanes), stores items a minimum of 30 feet and as high as 65 feet above sea level where there is no human access and offers additional client focused services. RoboVault is owned and operated by an affiliate of BBX Capital (NYSE: BBX). See more at: http://www.robovault.com