Pfister Faucets announced its "American Plumber Stories" docuseries took home three Tellys in the record-breaking 45th Annual Telly Awards. The leading faucet manufacturer’s series won the Silver Telly in the Best in Public Interest and Awareness category, the Bronze Telly in the Non-Scripted Online category, and the Bronze Telly for the Editing Online category.

Silver Telly: Best in Public Interest and Awareness

"American Plumber Stories" received the Silver Telly Award in the Public Interest and Awareness category for our episode "Dead End Road." This accolade honors the commitment to highlighting important societal issues through engaging storytelling and impactful content, as showcased in this episode which delves into the lives and challenges of plumbers in America.

Bronze Telly: Non-Scripted Online

The series also earned a Bronze Telly Award in the Non-Scripted category, recognizing the overall excellence and authenticity of "American Plumber Stories." This award celebrates the dedication to presenting real, unscripted narratives that resonate deeply with audiences by portraying the genuine experiences of plumbers across the country.

Bronze Telly: Editing Online

Additionally, "American Plumber Stories" was awarded with another Bronze Telly Award in the Editing category for the episode "Royal Flush." This recognition underscores the exceptional craftsmanship and technical skill involved in producing the docuseries, particularly in the intricate and compelling editing that brings each plumber’s story to life.

The Telly Awards honors excellence in video and television across all screens and is judged by leaders from video platforms, television, streaming networks, and production companies. This year’s winners include Adobe, Calvin Klein, ESPN, LinkedIn, Mother Jones, MTV Entertainment Studios, NASA, the LA Clippers (NBA), PlayStation Studios, Sawhorse Productions, TelevisaUnivison, and more.

Pfister Faucets, a trusted leader in the plumbing industry since 1910, produces the "American Plumber Stories"  docuseries with the production company Sub 7, Inc. The series features the lives of plumbers throughout the US and is hosted by country music entertainer and Army veteran, Craig Morgan. 

"American Plumber Stories" aims to promote the plumbing trade to the next generation of professionals. The show highlights the stories of plumbers around the nation including how they got started in the plumbing trade and the passion they have for their profession. These stories show how they built a career that allows them to lead financially rewarding and fulfilling lives.

With its fifth season launching in September 2024, episodes can be watched on or on the YouTube channel, where it garnered over 13 million video views since 2021. 

"We hope that, with this series, we're changing the public's perspective on who plumbers are, how important the trade is, and that it is a viable career field," says Spencer Brown, Pfister Faucets national sales director and American Plumber Stories executive producer

"From day one, 'American Plumber Stories' has been an exhilarating project. We've all grown alongside the series and witnessed its profound impact not just on the plumbing trade, but on people's lives," says Marc Womack, Owner, Sub 7.

This was a record-breaking year with nearly 13,000 entries from across the globe and top video and television content producers. Winners were chosen by The Telly Awards Judging Council which includes Nathalie Van Sasse Van Ysselt, VP of Design and Creative Services, MSG Sphere Studios; Barry Christie, Global Creative Lead, Meta Creative Shop; Farihah Zaman, Director, member of Brown Girl Doc Mafia; Aiden Darné, VP, Global Studio Lead Shutterstock; Malinda Wink, Executive Director Minderoo Pictures.

The full list of the 45th Annual Telly Awards winners can be found at